France Urged to Subpoena Former Guantánamo Commander

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New Documents identify Geoffrey Miller's role in the U.S. torture program.

Tasked with "Gitmo-izing" Abu Ghraib, 
Major General Geoffrey Miller used dogs and 
daily doses of degradation with intent 
to break prisoners mentally and emotionally. 
The infamous Abu Ghraib photos were taken about two months after Miller's visit. 

When confronted about the illegality of his procedures the general responded that these 
detainees would never be brought to trial, 

Upon retirement, Miller was awarded a medal 
for distinguished service and a citation for "innovation" in his career.  

"That the United States is wholly unwilling to investigate and prosecute the very serious claims of torture involving high-level U.S. officials is the very reason for France to thoroughly investigate this case-- not shelve it, thereby extending impunity across borders," said Center for Constitutional Rights Senior Staff Attorney Katherine Gallagher, who is also Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights. "Geoffrey Miller should be summoned and questioned about his role in the U.S. torture program at Guantánamo."

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