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Cheney, Rumsfeld on list of potential witnesses in prisoner abuse case
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Denver-AP -- Lawyers for an Army reservist accused of abusing Iraqi prisoners say Vice President Cheney and Defense Secretary Rumsfeld are on a "catchall list" of potential witnesses.

Private First Class Lynndie England is seen on some of the photos taken at the Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad.

Her lawyers say the list of potential witnesses for a hearing this month includes Cheney, Rumsfeld and 134 others.

Administration officials have resisted subpoenas in civilian cases in the past.

England's lawyers won't speculate on the chances of getting Cheney and Rumsfeld on the witness stand.

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