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The Bush administration made a series of decisions authorising torture and secret prisons just days after 9/11.
Retired general Ricardo Sanchez supports Democratic plan for withdrawal next year.
Ricardo Sanchez says the war's US political leaders are "incompetent" and "inept".

A leading US civil liberties group has obtained a document showing that the former US commander in Iraq sanctioned the abuse that took place in Abu Ghraib prison.

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The former US military chief in Iraq authorised the use of dogs and other illegal techniques to intimidate prisoners during interrogations, the American Civil Liberties Union has said.

A US army inquiry into the Abu Ghraib prison scandal has reportedly found that

The Pentagon plans to expand a probe into the abuse of Iraqi prisoners to include actions of the top US commander in Iraq.
Iraq's most infamous prison is to be demolished and Washington's top military commander replaced.
The US military has denied a report that Lt General Sanchez witnessed some abusive interrogations as a British newspaper raises questions about the death of an Iraqi scientist in US custody.
The US military has outlawed a number of interrogation methods in the wake of a prisoner abuse scandal at Abu Ghraib detention facility in Baghdad.
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