Punitive action possible following Pentagon investigationBy Jim MiklaszewskiCorrespondentNBC NewsUpdated: 7:47 p.m. ET Aug. 10, 2004 NBC News has lear
August 10, 2004
Punitive action possible following Pentagon investigation
By Jim Miklaszewski
Correspondent
NBC News
Updated: 7:47 p.m. ET Aug. 10, 2004
NBC News has learned a military investigation into prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib prison now implicates military intelligence officers in addition to military police already charged.

Pentagon sources tell NBC News the investigation by Maj. Gen. George Fay recommends punitive action, which could include criminal charges against several military intelligence officers who were at least aware of the abuse.

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