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Add a Comment See all 15 Comments by hower4 June 29, 2009 5:41 AM PDT Good! I'm very glad that she's unhappy.

I think she should still be in jail now.

She is a violent, bigoted, arrogant, stupid woman who deserves far more punishment than she received.

She was interviewed on BBC radio recently and she didn't utter a single word of remorse, and the interviewer gave her plenty of opportunities.Reply to this comment by aldon61 June 29, 2009 5:56 AM PDT Regardless of her position now and your desire for on-going punishment, this soldier is the scape goat for others that should have been tried for ordering it or allowing it.

Rumsfeld, can you even sleep at night? by hower4 June 29, 2009 6:03 AM PDT I agree.

There are also many others who should be in jail right now, including Bush and Blair and in the command chain between them and the likes of Lynndie England.

by dillweed1 June 29, 2009 8:22 AM PDT Why must she continually apologize 5 YEARS after doing so at her trial AND serving time for STANDING IN A PICTURE? She did NOT touch or torture anyone! She was NOT a guard - she had the misfortune of falling in love with a manipulative sociopath who followed the orders of the Bush/Cheney torture policy.

Get real.

Open you eyes! by CarlR609 June 29, 2009 6:06 AM PDT Rumsfeld can sleep fine.

Unlike you, he knows he was able to save thousands of lives through his actions.

And if you had the first clue about the military you'd be congratulating the guy.Reply to this comment by blindersoff June 29, 2009 6:44 AM PDT His actions killed more of our soldiers than were saved.

You don't sound like you know anything about the military either which is typical of someone spouting talking points.

She's a disgrace but not on the level of Rumsfeld or Cheney.

Cowards all.

by mecury69 June 29, 2009 7:02 AM PDT Um, knowing about the military...Rumsfeld prepared the U.S.

military for a quick war but had no plans for a long, country rebuilding process that it became.

He overruled military advisers that knew we needed 3 or 4 times more troops than what he wanted.

It was a war in his own vision, which was shortsighted.

I find him solely responsible for creating the nightmare scenario and embarrassment our military has had to endure in this Iraq war.

It was grossly incompetent...shouting down contrary opinions and bullying generals.

by TDforTruth June 29, 2009 6:38 AM PDT The Stamford prison guard experiment makes it very clear what prison guards will do without any intervention from above.

It has been shown to be a corrupting environment.

The responsibility to know this and to take steps to avoid these types of incidents and embarassments is senior command's.

It is more troubling than surprising that no officer or administration official is the public face of this scandal.

George Bush said he could not think of a single thing he had done wrong or would have done differently during the height of a multi year insurgency.

An insurgency which was fueled or completely the result of his administrations bungling.

I feel sorry for our country that no one in the prior administration may ever be held accountable for the harm they've done to this country's standing in the world.

I feel very sorry for Lindy England.

That you are the public face of this scandal is unfortunate.

Go out and have some fun Lindy.

There will still be sunrises and sunsets long after we're all gone.

And very few of the mean spirited people are up for the sunrises.Reply to this comment by Yeah-Me June 29, 2009 7:00 AM PDT Whether under orders or not...

Just seeing the smile on her face as she see seemed to be taking pleasure in the torture of these men, tells alot about her.

I really don't buy her excuse of needing to smile because of a camera being there.

At that time...

she had a CHOICE.

Smile or don't smile.

Instead she made a mockery of their internment, by doing some kind of sick, prepubescent "Vanna White" poses of them for their amusement.

She has shown no real remorse for what she was a party to.

It's sickening...

so, until she can start truely appologizing for her actions, and ask the public for their forgiveness, I really don't see her moving forward.Reply to this comment by dillweed1 June 29, 2009 8:25 AM PDT Read the book - she does smile and laugh, inappropriately, but not because she is a sadist.

SHE HAS APOLOGIZED - how many times do you want her to apologize? Read the book - by the way, it can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble carries it, as well as any independent bookstore.

If you want an autographed copy go to: by wyodutch June 29, 2009 7:04 AM PDT Well, maybe Cheney or Rumsfeld can use her intelligence, expertise and experience.

She ought to fit right in.Reply to this comment by mecury69 June 29, 2009 7:08 AM PDT BTW, please correct me if I'm wrong...but aren't 2 of the 3 photos of another woman and not Lynndie?I'm not defending England or condoning any actions of her part but it is just wrong to post pictures that are not of Lynndie who is the subject of the article.If so, CBS is grossly negligent in their report and should remove those pictures immediately.Reply to this comment by dillweed1 June 29, 2009 8:30 AM PDT There are thousands of pictures still out there.

Lynndie was in maybe 10.

Why is it that when a woman is in a picture with a naked man, it makes the news, but a picture of that same man with his head shot off, does not? Do you know how many men were murdered at the hands of the CIA, MI, and civilian contracters? Why are they allowed to walk free while a grunt from WV, who literally "jumped" into a few shots for her boyfriend are made the center of the scandal.

Don't you folks who condemn her see what the military did? Look at the Jessica Lynch story - that was fabricated, too.

She testified to Congress about this.

by Sunlight18 June 29, 2009 7:34 AM PDT Mrs.

England was a young American Soldier in a war in Iraq.

No matter what she did there was always an enemy surrounding her.

She should not have to be surrounded by an enemy in the United States.

She is an American mother.Reply to this comment by bannednancy June 29, 2009 8:13 AM PDT Nixon had the cajones to pardon Lt.

Caley for murdering hundreds and Bush and Cheney let the little girl suffer for their lack of morals and courage.

Hail Bush, Rot in Hell! As they say, "Time wounds all heels."Reply to this comment See all 15 Comments Add a comment Comment SUBMIT Click here to add another comment.

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