When No Clue Meets No Shame

From Holden:

CACI International Inc., under scrutiny over whether it contributed to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners, was awarded a $15 million extension of its work in Iraq, the U.S. Army said Wednesday.


The company has been sued in a Washington, D.C. federal court by civil rights campaigners who accuse the company of conspiring with U.S. officials to torture and abuse prisoners in Baghdad’s Abu Ghraib prison.


A CACI employee was also named in a report on Iraqi prison abuse by U.S. Army investigator Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba.

Link, dammit.