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Genocide: Pathways to Perpetration

Abu Ghraib Prison

The Torture Papers: The Road to Abu Ghraib
Karen J. Greenberg and Joshua L. Dratel, editors. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
A collection of documents. Available?
Final Report of the Independent Panel to Review DoD Detention Operations
Arlington, VA, Department of Defense, 2004.
The "Schlesinger Report."
Tortured: When Good Soldiers Do Bad Things
Justine Sharrock. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley, 2010. Available?
Fear Up Harsh: An Army Interrogator's Dark Journey Through Iraq
Tony Lagouranis. New York, NY, NAL Caliber, 2007. Available?
The Trials of Abu Ghraib: An Expert Witness Account of Shame and Honor
Stjepan Gabriel Mestrovic. Boulder, Colorado, Paradigm Publishers, 2007. Available?
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
DVD, 2007. "Interviews with perpetrators, witnesses, and victims examining the abuses that occurred in the fall of 2003 at the notorious Iraqi prison. Probes the psychology of how typical American men and women came to commit these atrocious acts. " Available?
Standard Operating Procedure
Streaming Video, 2008. "This documentary investigates the story and causes behind the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. Rutgers-restricted Access
The Torture Question
DVD, 2005. "The program focuses on the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq as a case study in prisoner abuse." Availble?
Court-Martial: Specialist Charles A. Graner, Jr.
"This document is the Court Martial - charge and prosecution package for Specialist Charles A. Graner, Jr. of the 372nd Military Police Company. SPC Graner was a key figure in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal and this document contains the charges; arrest report; defense motions; government reply; the verbatim transcript of the Article 32 Hearing; and other items of evidence and pre-trial preparation."
Fallgirls: Gender and the Framing of Torture at Abu Ghraib
Ryan Askley Caldwell. Taylor and Francis, 2016.

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