Just can't let go of this one. Are the names of those held at Abu Ghraib a secret? Or is there some way (Freedom of Information Act?) to get the names and ages of those held there? One can get just about any information on anyone held in U. S. prisons with little difficulty. Shouldn't the same apply at least to children held by the U. S. military? If the children are no longer at Abu Ghraib, where are they? Just tell us who they are and why they are being held (for starters). Supposedly the International Red Cross confirmed the presence of, and numbers of children being held. What about Amnesty International? Despite their frequent lapses of judgement, one begins to see the need for the ACLU. Too bad there's not an International Civil Liberties Union. As the religious right are fond of saying, "vote your values" on Tuesday, November 7. I sure as hell will.