Detained Iraqi CBS Cameraman Released

By Brian 

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I missed this on Friday: “In a bittersweet ending to a year-long saga, an Iraqi criminal court has freed Iraqi cameraman Abdul Ameer Younis Hussein, who was working in Mosul for CBS News when he was injured and then detained by the U.S. military for what it called ‘alleged insurgent activity,'” TV Week says.

“He was released Thursday from the infamous Abu Ghraib prison to American lawyer Scott Horton and CBS News producer Ben Plesser.” The charges were dropped for lack of evidence, Michele Greppi reports…

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