However, could England and the other women say no to a chain of command that could not only dishonorably discharge them but also subject them to the same type of sexual violence exacted on the Iraqi detainees? White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales had issued a memo which defined torture very narrowly as "intentionally causing permanent damage to vital organs or permanent emotional trauma ". This allegation, however, was ruled to have been made too late under the statute of limitations.
There were also reports of racism , including reports of guards writing " KKK " in the blood of a beaten prisoner. Dean said Graner had "yanked me out of bed by my hair, dragging me and all the covers into the hall and tried to throw me down the steps. Please do not post letters to the editor here.
Deadly bombings hit Iraq pilgrims. Private Ivan Frederick previously convicted of abuse said he had consulted six senior officers, ranging from captains to lieutenant-colonels, about the guards' actions but was never told to stop.
If you need to be mean, just know that the longer you stay on this page, the more you help us. From there, he traveled to the largest prisoner-of-war camp near the Saudi- Kuwaiti border, where he worked for about six weeks. But the truth will come out eventually.