On the heels of CAAF’s rulings in United States v. Smith and United States v. Harman, the court has granted review in another Abu Ghraib case — United States v. Graner, No. 09-0432/AR.  Here are the two granted issues:

WHETHER THE MILITARY JUDGE ERRED TO THE SUBSTANTIAL PREJUDICE OF THE ACCUSED BY FAILING TO ORDER DISCLOSURE OF MEMOS THAT SET OUT APPROVED “ENHANCED INTERROGATION TACTICS” FOR HANDLING DETAINEES IN UNITED STATES CUSTODY.
WHETHER THE MILITARY JUDGE ABUSED HIS DISCRETION AND COMMITTED PREJUDICIAL ERROR BY EXCLUDING THE TESTIMONY OF MAJOR PONCE; THE E-MAIL AUTHORED BY MAJOR PONCE (DEF EX G FOR ID); AND THE FAVORABLE DEFENSE EXPERT TESTIMONY BY MR. THOMAS J. ARCHAMBAULT.
We’ve posted ACCA’s decision in the case here.

One Response to “CAAF grants review in another Abu Ghraib case [UPDATED]”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Put “Abu Ghraib” in your issue statement, and it will be grantalicious for CAAF.