The prosecution rested Tuesday in the Fort Hood trial of a reservist accused of being the ringleader in the Iraq prison abuse.
Army Specialist Charles Graner faces up to 17-and-a-half years in a military prison on charges of conspiracy, assault and committing indecent acts. On Tuesday, a Syrian insurgent held at the Abu Ghraib Prison testified that Graner whistled, sang and laughed while brutalizing him. The defense will begin presenting its case Wednesday.
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