USA Today has a profile of Spc. Joseph Darby who on January 13, 2004 gave Army investigators copies of the pictures of abuse of inmates at Abu Ghraib prison. One of Darby’s neighbors tells USA Today,
He stood up for human rights, not just for prisoners, but for all people. He knew right from wrong. He’s a good guy.
Pa. hometown proud of MP who blew whistle on scandal. Alan Levin, USA Today, May 10, 2004.
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