The Secrets of Abu Ghraib Revealed: American Soldiers on Trial Hardcover – 1 Nov 2010
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"Christopher Graveline and Michael Clemens have produced a masterpiece of research and balance on a subject sure to evoke controversy and profound emotion. The nightmare of Abu Ghraib became the nadir of America's efforts in Iraq, yet the truth of what went on at the prison has remained--until now--clouded by poor media coverage, politics, and the visceral reaction the infamous photos produced all over the world. Graveline and Clemens are the first to provide us a complete picture of what happened at Abu Ghraib. Told with a compelling and sometimes shocking narrative, "The Secrets of Abu Ghraib Revealed" ranks as the seminal work on the Iraq War. It is not to be missed."--John R. Bruning, author of "The Devil's Sandbox: With the 102nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry at War in Iraq" and coauthor of "How to Break a Terrorist"--John R. Bruning (04/29/2010)
About the Author
Christopher Graveline was the army prosecutor involved in major criminal prosecutions stemming from the Abu Ghraib scandal and was the lead prosecutor of Lynndie England. Previously, he served as a prosecutor with the 101st Airborne Division; the appellate division in Washington, D.C.; and V Corps; and on deployments to Kosovo and Iraq. Michael Clemens served as a military policeman and investigator in the U.S. Army Reserve for twenty-two years, deploying to and conducting criminal investigations in Bosnia, Croatia, Hungary, Kuwait, and Iraq. As a civilian, he has worked as a vice and organized crime detective, a deputy United States marshal, and a federal agent. He served as the noncommissioned officer in charge of MP operations and Iraqi police training in Mosul before becoming the Abu Ghraib prosecution team's special investigator.