A federal judge in Washington is allowing a suit filed by a legal consortium that includes several Atlanta lawyers to go forward against a government contractor that supplied interrogators at Iraq’s notorious Abu Ghraib prison.
The Nov. 6 decision by U.S. District Judge James Robertson places CACI International Inc. — which supplied interrogators and other services to the U.S. military from 2003 to 2005 — in the legal hot seat with regard to the torture of Abu Ghraib detainees.
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