Jerry L. Phillabaum
Lieutenant Colonel Jerry L. Phillabaum, commander of 320th Military Police Battalion, wrote in a memo "that a female soldier in the Army's 320th Military Police Battalion took 'vigilante justice' on Iraqi prisoners who she believed had raped former POW Jessica Lynch." 
Phillabaum's April 12, 2004, memo to Lieutenant General Thomas Metz, deputy commander of coalition forces in Iraq, stated that "then-Master Sergeant Lisa Girman and three other MPs from the same battalion abused the prisoners at Camp Bucca in southern Iraq." Phillabaum also "provided a copy to The Associated Press." 
"All four MPs denied they did anything wrong and said the force they used was necessary to subdue unruly prisoners." 
According to a "Scorecard" published on the internet:
LTC (P) Jerry L. Phillabaum, Commander, 320th MP Battalion, has been relieved of his command, given a General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand, and possibly has been removed from the Colonel/O-6 Promotion List.