Sergeant Joseph Darby provided a computer disc containing photographs of the torture and abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib to the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, triggering an investigation of Abu Ghraib. Darby attempted to remain anonymous, but Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld names Darby during a Senate hearing. Punishments for soldiers involved in the Abu Ghraib scandal include prison terms, dishonorable discharge and reprimands.
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