Lynndie England, the scapegoat (yet rightfully vilified) for the Abu Ghraib scandal, speaks out. And the result is just as trashy and missing-the-point as you’d expect of someone who put a leash on a prisoner and took photos of it:

“Yeah, I took the photos but I didn’t make it worldwide. Yes, I was in five or six pictures and I took some pictures, and those pictures were shameful and degrading to the Iraqis and to our government,” she said, according to the report.

“And I feel sorry and wrong about what I did. But it would not have escalated to what it did all over the world if it wouldn’t have been for someone leaking it to the media.”

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