First Intelligence Officers to be Charged in Abu Ghraib Abuse Scandal
So far, the seven soldiers charged in the Abu Ghraib Iraq prison abuse scandal have been military police. That's about to change as charges are ready to be filed against two military intelligence officers, Spc. Armin J. Cruz and Spc. Roman Krol.
[Former Sargeant] Kenneth A. Davis made the allegations in a May statement to U.S. Army investigators and in recent interviews with The Associated Press. He said Cruz and Krol forced prisoners to crawl across the prison floor while demanding that they confess to raping a boy in prison. Davis said Cruz and Krol also handcuffed the naked men together face-to-face, forcing them to embrace.
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