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From Abu Ghraib To Black Lives Matter: Meet The NYPD's Most Notorious Anti-Activist Cop: Gothamist

24.9.15

From Abu Ghraib To Black Lives Matter: Meet The NYPD's Most Notorious Anti-Activist Cop: Gothamist: What isn’t known is that before he rose to be one of the NYPD’s most prominent point men on NYC protests, Lombardo, or “The Lombardo” as many activists not-so-lovingly call him, was a prison guard at the infamous Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq for the 800th MP Battalion during the time of the prisoner torture scandal.

The internal Abu Ghraib report matches an “Andrew J. Lombardo” whose picture can be seen on a US Army Reserve Facebook post from 2011 in reference to an NYPD Captain (his rank until very recently) of the same name who held the same position, in the same brigade, at the same time. The Taguba Report, carried out by Major General Antonio Taguba in May 2004, verifies that Lombardo was part of the military chain of command during the time of the notorious human rights abuses.


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