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Published: 27 September 2010

An investigative report by the Associated Press into Army records shows none of the Iraqi prisoners tortured at Abu Ghraib prison has been awarded compensation from the United States despite promises of reparations by former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
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In 2004 Rumsfeld told Congress that he had found a legal way to compensate Iraqi prisoners who were abused. He said, "It's the right thing to do. And it is my intention to see that we do."
Six years later, no record of payment exists, and the Army cannot verify whether any such payments were made informally through Iraqi leaders. The news come as the Supreme Court is expected to decide this week whether to hear a lawsuit filed by former Abu Ghraib prisoners against two private companies: CACI International and L-3 Services, formerly Titan Corp.

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