Yeah, 2000 of them.The Pentagon sought Sunday to explain why some 2,000 pages were missing from a congressional copy of a classified report detailing the alleged acts of abuse by soldiers against Iraqi inmates at Abu Ghraib prison. Pentagon spokesman Lawrence Di Rita issued a statement saying "if there is some shortfall in what was provided, it was an oversight." He was responding to a Time magazine report Sunday that about 2,000 of the report’s 6,000 pages submitted to the Senate Armed Services Committee were missing. The report by Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba consists of a declassified summary and about 6,000 pages of classified annexes, including statements from witnesses, prison guards and military intelligence officials. So far, only Army enlistees are facing punishment.
2000 pages missing from the version for the eyes of Congress? Give me a break.