Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. A female soldier in the US military has refused to serve in Iraq, accusing some of her superiors of She says he replied: "In my bed, naked. Abu Ghraib.
Lynndie England, the grinning United States soldier whose abuse of prisoners enraged ordinary Iraqis and helped fuel the anti-American insurgency, pleaded guilty at her court martial yesterday. Several of the most infamous photos featured the diminutive Pte England. In one, she was shown holding a naked Iraqi on a leash, while in. A US judge handed a life sentence to a former US Army soldier convicted in May of the gang rape and murder of a year old Iraqi girl and her family.
With her Buddhist and Celtic tattoos, a literature degree, drug-taking teenage years and penchant for punk music, Kayla Williams was never going to be your typical "grunt". Kayla Williams, an American woman who served in Iraq, has become the first female The former United States Army sergeant, who finished a five-year stint in military She is told to mock a weeping, naked man in Arabic. Lynndie Rana England born November 8,  is a former United States Army Reserve soldier who served in the nd Military Police Company and became known for her involvement in the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse scandal.
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A US judge handed a life sentence to a former US Army soldier convicted in May of the gang rape and murder of a year old Iraqi girl and her family. a lighter onto a Kerosene-soaked blanket covering her naked body.
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But it was a woman named Lynndie England -- a U.S. Army Reserve her then- fiance Charles Graner behind a pyramid of naked prisoners.