In an interview on August 5, 2005, Brigadier General Janis Karpinski “stated that at her first meeting with Major General [Geoffrey] Miller: ‘he used the expression that he was going to *Gitmoize* the operation [at Abu Ghraib]. And military intelligence, they were all listening and pay[ing] attention and taking notes. …*It’s going to change…we’re going to change the nature of interrogation at Abu Ghraib.* …Every day, there’s more people arriving out at Abu Ghraib to be interrogators, and they either had experience in Afghanistan or down at Guantanamo Bay. Many of them were personally selected by Gen. Miller and sent to Iraq. …Many of them were contractors.’ ”

 – Jordan J. Paust, Beyond the Law, Page 27