updated Mon. December 12, 2022
January 28, 2018
Seven of those were from Maryland-based 372nd Military Police Company. A number of other service members were not charged but reprimanded. Timeline:November 2003 - A detainee dies during an interrogation at Abu Ghraib. January 2004 - Spc. Joseph M. Darby discovers photos on a CD-ROM ofÃâÃÂ ...
June 7, 2017
President Donald Trump's choice for FBI director was notified months before the public knew about the death of a detainee at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq in 2004, and was at the very least on the fringes of discussions on the legality of military interrogation techniques in 2003, documents from Wray's time inÃâÃÂ ...
My Eastern Shore
February 7, 2017
“I'm just glad to get him home,” Tina Nagel said. The 2013 Colonel Richardson High School graduate returned home on Thursday, Jan. 19, after taking part in “detention operations” with the 372nd Military Police Company, an Army Reserve unit of 160 soldiers based in Cresaptown, Md., near Cumberland.
The American Conservative
February 18, 2015
“the 372nd Military Police Company who were convicted and did time for their role in the abuse, the guards were ordered by the private contractors”. What?!?!? Why, under any circumstances, did US military personnel take orders from a private contractor? That should never happen. Were they ordered toÃâÃÂ ...
October 30, 2013
Read More. The abuses took place inside the prison in cell blocks 1A and 1B. Eleven US soldiers were convicted of crimes relating to the Abu Ghraib scandal. Seven of those were from Maryland-based 372nd Military Police Company. A number of other service members were not charged but reprimanded.
March 17, 2013
But it was a woman named Lynndie England -- a U.S. Army Reserve specialist in the 372nd Military Police Company -- who became the face of the scandal. Some photographs showed England, then aged 21, holding a leash attached to a prisoner who was lying on the prison floor. Another showed herÃâÃÂ ...
August 6, 2011
Graner, a member of the 372nd Military Police Company, was convicted of photographing a detainee being dragged by another guard, Pfc. Lynndie England, by a leash wrapped around the prisoner's neck, and posing for a photograph with Spc. Sabrina Harman behind a pyramid of naked prisoners.
April 9, 2010
The 372nd Military Police Company of Cresaptown will leave April 29 for one to three months of training at Fort Bliss, Texas, followed by a planned deployment to Iraq, said Sgt. Darius Kirkwood, a spokesman for the 200th Military Police Command at Fort Meade. Few members of the unit remain from whenÃâÃÂ ...