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[Sgt. Thomas Curtis, Military Police, Bagram] I saw his picture in the New York Times article.
Before that picture, I couldn't have picked his face out, you know.
My memory of him was chained up, with the hood on, though sleeping.
[Narrator] Following questions raised by the New York Times, and under scrutiny about the Abu Ghraib scandal, the Army finally stepped up the Dilawar investigation, and began charging soldiers with maltreatment, maiming and homicide.
[Sgt. Thomas Curtis, Military Police, Bagram] When you're working, you know, with an organization like the Military, you know, they are going to hold somebody accountable. You can sweep some things under the rug, but, you know, this was a death. There was two deaths. And okay, fine, they are going to charge people.
Sgt. Thomas Curtis, 377th Military Police Unit, Bagram, Afghanistan
[Sgt. Anthony Morden, 377th Military Police Unit, Bagram, Afghanistan] It seemed like the Military, now after they got a black eye from Abu Ghraib, wanted to get a public opinion that they were policing their soldiers.
And so they said, "We had this incident that happened a couple of years ago.