Specialist Charles Graner, one of the soldiers investigated for torturing Iraqi prisoners in the Abu Ghirab prison, had three stalking orders against him in SW Pennsylvania for stalking and threatening his ex-wife.
Graner also was suspended several times from his job at the SCI-Greene prison (the same one where Mumia Abu-Jamal is being held) for job performance issues.
What's also interesting is that the allegations of poor training are specific to this Iraq War - another soldier who guarded prisoners with Graner in Bush War I said that they got specific training on treatment of prisoners according to the Geneva Convention. In Graner's case, there's no excuse - he went through training the first time around in treatment of POWs.
I hope he has a nice long stay in Leavenworth.