Abu Ghraib

This should go in here somewhere I’m pretty positive. As soon as I saw Ms. England’s photo in the foreign-language newspaper I was trying to learn the language by using I’d figured it was connected to me and this Armageddon in real life:

Description Official U.S. Army photo of Pvt. w:Lynndie England, one of the U.S. soldiers charged in connection with the w:Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse in a w:Baghdad prison. She was accused of inflicting sexualphysical, and w:psychological abuse on Iraqi prisoners of war and of allowing others to do the same.
Date circa 2000
Source United States Army
Author United States Army photo.

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Via en:Wikipedia at PFCEngland.jpg. Previously uploaded to en:Wikipedia 05:28, 9 May 2004 by Stevertigo

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This image is a work of a U.S. Army soldier or employee, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image is in the public domain.

 

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I was working as a home health aide at the time in a big set up in the Bath Beach section of Brooklyn, the prison scandal like hallucino-connected to that I was somehow committing elder abuse because the planted client didn’t like me, and etc., me only recently realizing she’s one of these that I call the “666” types.