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Ryder Report (Detention and Corrections in Iraq)

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Ryder Report (Detention and Corrections in Iraq)

Ryder Report refers to the official report produced by an inquiry by U.S Provost Marshal General Donald Ryder into reports of abuse by American troops in Iraq. Ryder's report was completed on November 5, 2003.

Among Ryder's recommendations was that the duties of the Military Police troops who guarded detainees should be kept strictly separated from those of the Military Intelligence troops who interrogated them.

The Ryder report remains classified.


  1. ^ Annex 19 of the Taguba Report, Taguba Report
  2. ^ Annex 20 of the Taguba Report, Taguba Report

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