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    May 07, 2004
     

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    WhiteHouse.Org, not to be confused with WhiteHouse.Gov, features a letter to US President Bush from a GI in Abu Ghraib celebrating the first anniversary of shutting down Iraq's "rape rooms".




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    It is unlikely that the actions of US soldiers at Abu Gharib will be forgotten for a while. Haydar Sabbar Abed claims that he was among those tortured at the camp.



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