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The U.S. military has announced that a member of the 372nd Military Police Company will face a military court in Baghdad on May 19 -- less than a month after photos of prisoners being abused and humiliated were first broadcast April 28.
The U.S. military has announced that a 24-year-old U.S. Army Spc. Jeremy Sivitz (search) will be the first soldier to face a court-martial in connection with mistreatment of prisoners at the Abu Ghraib (search) prison in Iraq.
Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt (search), announced the trial date and said the proceedings would be held in the Baghdad Convention Center (search). They will also be open to media coverage although he indicated that TV cameras would not be allowed in court.
"It has not been our practice in the past to have cameras inside," he said.
The U.S. military normally allows family members, observers and print reporters to attend trials, Kimmitt said at a briefing.
Sivits "will be tried in an open hearing," Kimmitt said on NBC's "Today" show. "To suggest that it's somehow public would give the indication that this is a show trial, no.
"The media will be allowed in the way the media is allowed in any open court-martial, which is the way we have been doing business for quite some time," he said.
We'll ask former U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Michael Nardotti, a former Judge Advocate General (search) aka "JAG" to walk us through a military trial and assess the Sivitz case.
Plus, we'll get the latest on the situation in Iraq from our correspondent David Lee Miller and we'll have analysis of President Bush's address at the Pentagon earlier today.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this story.