Spc. Jeremy Sivits Pleads Guilty to Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners at Abu Ghraib

Spc. Jeremy Sivits Pleads Guilty to Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners at Abu Ghraib

Abuse of Prisoners in Abu Ghraib

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Spc. Jeremy Sivits becomes the first U.S. soldier to plead guilty to illegal abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison.

A member of the 372nd Military Police Company, Sivits receives a one-year prison term, reduction in rank, and a dishonorable discharge.

Spc. Jeremy Sivits is the one who actually took most of the photographs of the abuse at Abu Ghraib which have been causing shock and outrage around the world.

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