Abu Ghraib Prison, 2004 | The explosive images inside the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad, Iraq, caused international controversy. Released at the height of the Iraq War, the images brought to light the torture and humiliation that Iraqi prisoners withstood at the hands of the US Army personnel. This particular one shows Pfc. Lynndie England holding a leash attached to a detainee in late 2003. | Photo and text via: all-thats-interesting.tumblr.com |
Lynndie England humiliating a naked inmate at Abu Ghraib prison. The hooded man is Hayder Sabbar Abd, a 34-year-old Shiite from southern Iraq who was never charged and never interrogated in months of detention.
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.
Iraq War 10 Years Later: Where Are They Now? Lynndie England (Abu Ghraib)
In her interview, Lynndie expressed no remorse for her actions. “Their (Iraqis’) lives are better. They got the better end of the deal,” she said. “They weren’t innocent. They’re trying to kill us, and you want me to apologize to them? It’s like saying sorry to the enemy.”
Baghdad — A photo obtained by the Washington Post and released Thursday, May 6, 2004, shows a soldier identifed as U.S. Army Spc. Lynndie England, 21, of the 372nd Military Police Company with a naked detainee at the Abu Gharib prison.