Monday, May 10, 2004
Another Fine Job Done
Contractor Says Army Pleased With Performance of Civilian Interrogators
"It's been reported to us that we're doing a fine job. That's from our customer (the Army), and those are the people who count," J.P. "Jack" London said Monday in a telephone interview.Such superlative workers wherever you turn.
One of CACI International Inc.'s interrogators was criticized in an internal Army report for helping to facilitate the physical and sexual abuse documented against detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison.
London said last week's congressional hearings with Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and others bolster the company's contention that its employees operate under close supervision and direct control of military personnel.
"Our workers have no supervisory authority," London said. "We are not in the chain of command. We never have been in the chain of command. We don't want to be in the chain of command."
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