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English: 11:38 p.m., Nov. 4, 2003. Detainee died during an interrogation by OGA, and was placed in the shower area of tier 1, hard site. The body bag was opened so CPL GRANER and SPC HARMON could take pictures of the detainee. No NDRS or ISN numbers, as he was never processed in the system. SOLDIER(S): CPL GRANER. All caption information is taken directly from CID materials. U.S. Army / Criminal Investigation Command (CID). Seized by the U.S. Government. Note: Charles Graner poses over the body of a murdered Iraqi prisoner.
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current16:43, 5 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 16:43, 5 February 2006320 × 410 (23 KB)NironenCharles Graner poses over the dead body of an Iraqi prisoner. {{AbuGhraibPic}}

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