Charles Graner May Testify At His Abu Ghraib Trial
Opening arguments begin tomorrow in the military trial of Charles Graner, the alleged ringleader of the guards in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal. His lawyer, Guy Womack, says Graner may testify in his own defense. Womack says it is very unusual for him to allow a client to testify in his own defense, but that Graner can tell his story better than anyone else. I'll bet he can.
Womack plans to argue that Graner was told by higher-ranking soldiers and intelligence agents to rough up the detainees prior to interrogation, and that he had no choice but to obey despite personal misgivings.
You see any misgivings here?
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