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Originally posted by worldwatcherEngland's family has said she was a "paper pusher" in Iraq who processed inmates and only went to the prison to visit friends who worked there.
"Court martials are open to the public," he added. The court martial would be held in Baghdad, subject to final approval, he said.
Originally posted by HowardRoark
Military police are not immune to this, in fact, I would think that they would be more susceptible.
Many civilian police departments have had to learn this lesson the hard (and expensive) way. I put the blame on the army command structure for not recognizing that the military police are just as vulnerable to abuse on these types of issues (civil rights type violations) as the civilian forces are.