Other reports and investigations into military prison abuses:
November 2003: Maj. Gen. Donald Ryder, the Army's provost marshal, investigates Iraq's Abu Ghraib and other prisons, concluding, among other things, that there are problems with the training of military police.
February 2004: The International Committee of the Red Cross gives its final report to the U.S. military citing abuses of Iraqi prisoners by the U.S. military.
March 2004: Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba reports to his commanding officers on abuses of detainees at Abu Ghraib by U.S military guards and officers.
July 2004: The Army's inspector general, Lt. Gen. Paul T. Mikolashek, reports on abuses of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan. He concludes that inadequate training and a lack of experienced interrogators led to abuse, and that it was carried out by a few individuals.
Ongoing investigations: Army Maj. Gen. George Fay is expected to report on the actions of military interrogators in the abuse of prisoners. A report from former Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger will cover gaps in the other investigations.
Sources: Federal News Service, Associated Press, Los Angeles Times.
_Compiled by researcher Tish Wells
(c) 2004, Knight Ridder/Tribune Information Services.