Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, left, and Gen. Richard B. Myers, shown here testifying before Congress in 2005, were both named in a recent Senate report as responsible for policies that led to detainee abuse.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, left, and Gen. Richard B. Myers, shown here testifying before Congress in 2005, were both named in a recent Senate report as responsible for policies that led to detainee abuse. George Bridges / MCT
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, left, and Gen. Richard B. Myers, shown here testifying before Congress in 2005, were both named in a recent Senate report as responsible for policies that led to detainee abuse. George Bridges / MCT

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