Ex-soldier says she isn't sorry for humiliation photos3/22/2012
Eight years later, Lynndie England is still not sorry. England, you may recall, is the U.S. soldier who posed for pictures in front of naked, humiliated prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison. The haunting photographs helped trigger an international uproar, leading President George W. Bush to admit that the incident had disgraced the United States. The 28-year-old from West Virginia remains unrepentant. "Their lives are better," she recently told The Daily Mail of London, referring to the prisoners. "They got the better end of the deal. They weren't innocent. They're trying to kill us, and you want me to apologize to them? It's like saying sorry to the enemy." England, 21 at the time, was tossed out of the service and served half of a three-year sentence.
Should Lynndie England apologize?