Army woman posing nude in iraq
Posted Sunday, May 2, Quick navigation Mr Irving, take me to CBS Last month, the U. Army announced 17 soldiers in Iraq, including a brigadier general, had been removed from duty after charges of mistreating Iraqi prisoners.
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Woman at heart of Iraqi jail abuse faces army court
Female soldier charged in Iraq abuse case
New sex charges against U. Lynndie England, the female soldier photographed holding an Iraqi prisoner on a leash in an abuse scandal that rattled the U. The new charges against England were unrelated to mistreatment of Iraqis, the officials said. England became pregnant in Iraq and media reports have said the father is one of her superiors, Sgt. Charles Graner, who also has been charged in the abuse scandal.
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England pleads guilty in Abu Ghraib abuse case
Lynndie England, the young woman pictured grinning and giving a thumbs-up in some of the most notorious photos to come out of the Abu Ghraib scandal, pleaded guilty Monday to mistreating prisoners, saying she let her comrades talk her into going along with the abuse. Wearing her dress green Army uniform and speaking somberly in a soft voice, the year-old Army reservist told the judge that she initially resisted taking part in the abuse at the Baghdad prison, but ultimately caved in to peer pressure. The charges carry up to 11 years in prison, but prosecutors and the defense reached an agreement for a lesser sentence, the length of which was not released. England became a central figure in the scandal after photos emerged last year showing her and others sexually humiliating Iraqi prisoners.
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