The (possibly) good news is that, according to the BBC (and others), the two DoD contractors most intimately involved in the Abu Ghraib fiasco, Titan and CACI, have been sued in San Diego for violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. According to one of the lawyers, "We believe that CACI and Titan engaged in a conspiracy to torture and abuse detainees and did so to make more money." Assuming that this suit goes forward to discovery, we can expect a lot more information about what happened making its way into the press.
I would also expect to see shareholder lawsuits filed against the CACI board - as well as either the Titan board or against Lockheed Martin, which has agreed to buy Titan for $1.6 billion. The sale to Lockheed was approved by Titan shareholders on Monday. Lockheed can back out of the sale if the Justice Department doesn't clear Titan in a criminal bribery probe by June 25; I haven't found any information on whether this new lawsuit will affect the Lockheed purchase.