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Friday, July 07, 2006


WASHINGTON---Lawmakers have issued a subpeona seeking Pentagon information on a soldier who says he suffered retaliation for reporting abuses at Abu Ghraib prison.

The subpeona from the House Committee on Government Reform seeks all communications to information provided by Army Spec. Samuel Provance about the Iraq prison, where U.S. mistreatment of detainees caused an international uproar.

It also seeks information on the interrogation of an Iraqi officer there, indentified by Provance as Gen. Hamid Zabar. Provance had helped interrogate Zabar's 16-year-old son and was later told the boy had been captured and abused to compel the general to give information. Provance said in testimony prepared for Congress.

Provance said his rank was reduced for disobeying orders not to speak about mistreatment he saw at Abu Ghraib. He was one of five government whistleblowers who testified before Congress in February, saying they faced retaliation for calling attention to alleged government wrongs.

Source of Information: Chicago Sun-Times
By: Pauline Jelinek
Associated PressJu;y 6, 2006


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