Geoffrey D. Miller
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Geoffrey D. Miller

United States General
Male
Born 1949
Age 67
Hometown Gallipolis, Ohio

Geoffrey D. Miller is a retired United States Army Major General who commanded the US detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and Iraq. Detention facilities in Iraq under his command included Abu Ghraib prison, Camp Cropper and Camp Bucca. He is also famous for training soldiers in "improved interrogation techniques". Miller was born in Gallipolis, Ohio.… Read More

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  • A Review Of "Guantanamo Diary"
    Huffington Post - Jan 07, 2016
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    Yahoo News - Nov 27, 2013
  • Professor Lied About His Fat Shaming Tweet, Gets Punished
    Huffington Post - Aug 07, 2013
  • Fat Shaming Professor Tweet Wasn't Research, University Decides
    Huffington Post - Jul 02, 2013

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CHILDHOOD

1949 Birth Born in 1949.

TWENTIES

1972 23 Years Old Miller joined the US Army in 1972 and was trained in field artillery and army command.

THIRTIES

1980 31 Years Old He spent time in Germany before being moved to Korea in 1980. … Read More

FIFTIES

2002 53 Years Old On November 2002, Miller was given command of Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO), which runs the US detention facilities known as Camp X-Ray, Camp Delta and Camp Echo in Cuba. … Read More
2003 54 Years Old 1 More Event
In August 2003, Miller was sent to Iraq by the Department of Defense to help get more information out of Iraqi prisoners. … Read More
2004 55 Years Old 1 More Event
After the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse story broke in March 2004, Brigadier General Janis Karpinski was suspended and Miller was appointed the deputy commanding general for detainee operations for Multinational Forces in Iraq. … Read More
2005 56 Years Old In July 2005 discrepancies emerged between Miller's May 2004 testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee, and sworn statements he made three months later. … Read More
In May 2006 Miller testified at the courts martial of the Abu Ghraib dog handlers that his instructions on the use of dogs had been misunderstood. … Read More
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