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The ringleader of the US military guards who photographed their abuse of suspected Iraqi insurgents at Baghdad’s Abu Ghraib prison has been released.
Charles Graner served more than six-and-a-half years of a 10-year sentence, army officials said.
Graner, a former US Army Reserve specialist, was convicted of leading his six-member team in the sexual humiliation of naked prisoners.
Images of the acts emerged in 2004, sparking international outrage.
He said he was breaking down prisoners for interrogation on the orders of military intelligence officers.
His former fiancee and fellow guard Lynndie England served a three-year sentence for her part in the abuse.
US military spokeswoman Rebecca Steed said Graner, who was freed from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, will be under the supervision of a probation officer until December 2014.
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