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NBC: Accusers say head of Pentagon's anti-sex abuse effort interfered with investigation

Afghanistan Missing Medicine
In this photo taken on Dec. 19, 2010, A wounded Afghan soldier recuperates at Dawood National Military Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan. The top medical officer in the Afghan military has been removed after coming under investigation over deep neglect at the country's top hospital and the widespread disappearance of U.S.-donated medicines, which has left wounded and sick troops without adequate care, the Afghan defense minister says. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

(investigations.nbcnews.com) The Army general in charge of preventing sexual abuse throughout the U.S. armed forces is facing new accusations that he personally interfered with an internal Pentagon investigation into allegations of horrific conditions at a U.S.-funded hospital in Afghanistan. 

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