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Janis Karpinski: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: In April 2004, ________' 60 Minutes II broadcast photographs of Iraqi prisoners being tortured and humiliated at Abu Ghraib.
The CW Television NetworkCBSAmerican Broadcasting CompanyNBC

Question 2: There have been no comments from either ________ or US army spokespeople in Iraq on Karpinski's accusations.
United States Marine CorpsUnited States NavyThe PentagonUnited States Military Academy

Question 3: [2] She was the commander of three large US- and British-led prisons in ________ in 2003, eight battalions, and 3,400 soldiers from the U.S.
IraqSyriaTurkeyCyprus

Question 4: Her demotion was not officially related to the abuse at ________.
Baghdad Central PrisonPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentCharles GranerAbu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse

Question 5: In his final report, Major General ________ blamed Karpinski for the abuse, indicating she had not paid attention to the daily operations of the prison.
Antonio Taguba24th Infantry Division (United States)United States ArmyEric Shinseki

Question 6: "Treat Them Like Dogs" part one and *part two, transcripts of the October 26, 2005, ________ interview.
Marc CooperDemocracy Now!Amy GoodmanPacifica Radio

Question 7: In January 2004, Lieutenant General ________ formally suspended Karpinski and 16 other soldiers with undisclosed reprimands.
Iraq WarGeorge W. Casey, Jr.Ricardo SanchezUnited States Army

Question 8: In September 2003, Karpinski led US Secretary of Defense ________ on a tour of the Abu Ghraib prison to demonstrate the way it had been used by Saddam Hussein to torture his enemies.
George H. W. BushGeorge W. BushDick CheneyDonald Rumsfeld

Question 9: She is married to George Karpinski, a lieutenant colonel at the ________ US embassy.
United Arab EmiratesQatarSaudi ArabiaOman

Question 10: A June 2004 ________ article said, "Gen Karpinski believes the soldiers had not taken the pictures of their own accord." It quotes her as saying:
TG4Raidió Teilifís ÉireannNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBC
















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