During the War in Iraq, human rights violations, committed from late 2003 to early 2004, in the form of physical, psychological, and sexual abuse, including torture,[1][2][3] reports of rape,[1][2] sodomy,[3] and homicide[4] of prisoners held in the Abu Ghraib prison (also known as Baghdad Correctional Facility) came to public attention beginning in early 2004 with Department of Defense announcements. These acts were committed by military police personnel of the United States Army together…

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http://england.mycityportal.net - Icons Of The Iraq War: Abu Ghraib's Lynndie England And Prisoner Abuse - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Saddam Saleh, a former prisoner at Abu Ghraib, shows a photograph at a 2004 press conference from the scandal that includes him in the middle of a group of naked prisoners being mocked by Lynndie England.

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Lynndie England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. i guess this would be considered not humiliating or degrading but just another example of some sort of freakish "baptism" as Sarah Palin says. how about the one where this Pvt is dragging a prisoner by his neck, on a leash?

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September 26 – U.S. Army Reservist Lynndie England is convicted by a military jury on 6 of 7 counts, in connection with the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal.

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Militares estadounidenses abusando de prisioneros Iraquíes. Estas imágenes hicieron que EEUU perdiese credibilidad e imagen política. The New York Times y un canal australiano SBS denunciaron estas fotografias. Fuente: CBS. Para poder ver todas las imágenes: http://www.elmundo.es/fotografia/2004/05/fotosirak/foto04.html

US Army Private First Class Lynndie England one of the guards involved in the 2004 Abu Ghraib abuse scandal says she does not regret her actions. The revelation comes in the wake of the massacre of 16 Afghan civilians by a US soldier, further tarnishing the image of the American military.

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