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The 22-year-old US Army reservist admitted two charges of conspiracy to maltreat prisoners, four of maltreating prisoners, andone of committing an indecent act.
The ministry warned from any manipulations or actions that would maltreat the consumers, stressing that the Ministry's supervisors are ready at all times to check on shops violating laws in all markets.
Graner is charged with conspiracy to maltreat detainees, dereliction of duty, maltreatment of detainees, assaulting detainees, indecent acts, adultery and obstruction of justice.
Colonel James Pohl entered a plea of not guilty for England to a charge of conspiring with Private Charles Graner to maltreat detainees at the Baghdad-area prison.
She admitted two counts of conspiracy to maltreat prisoners, four of maltreating prisoners and one of committing an indecent act.
He suggested that surveillance cameras be installed in the hospitals, not only for security purposes, but to monitor erring hospital staff who maltreat patients.