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Court-Martial Record: Staff Sergeant Ivan L. Frederick, II (Volume 4 of 8)

May 20, 2004 | DOA | OJAG | ACLU-RDI 1755
This Court Martial record (Volume 4 of 8) discusses the court martial proceedings of Staff Sergeant Ivan L. Frederick, II, who was charged for offenses he committed while assigned to the Abu Ghraib Detention Facility on or about November 08, 2003. SSG Frederick was arraigned and charged with a number of offenses, including maltreatment of subordinates, conspiracy, dereliction of duty, assault, and wrongful commission of an indecent act with detainees. Included in the record is the testimony of a Clinical Psychologist, who testified for the defense. After conducting a psychological assessment of SSG Frederick, the Psychologist determined that SSG Frederick did not show any sociopathic or anti-social tendencies and there was no indication that SSG Frederick was a sadist. Also, included were exhibits and Army leadership training material.