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Date Posted: 08:58:58 06/22/04 Tue
Author: former
Subject: UBF & Abu Ghraib Contrast

I think there is a good contrast between the way the US government has handles the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal and the way UBF has handles its abuse scandals through the years.

In the case of the U.S., the President sought to get to the bottom of the abuse and find those responsible. There is an investigation and those guilty, no matter how high, will be held responsible. Steps have been taken to address the abuse, to prevent it in the future, and to help those who were abused.

What about UBF? Specifically, how has it addressed the past abuse going back to 1976? How has it disciplined the guilty? What has it done for the victims? As far as I can tell, they have done absolutely nothing.

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