Monday, January 24, 2005

Question answered

I've avoided comment on Charles Graner's Abu Ghraib torture case up in Fort Hood because other blogs have done such a good job, and I had little else to add. But I wanted to make sure Grits readers saw this tidbit from the testimony:

Sgt. Joseph Darby ... testified that Spc. Graner had once showed him a digital image of a detainee chained to the wall naked, a puddle beneath his legs.

"Graner told me, 'The Christian in me knows it was wrong, but the corrections officer in me couldn't resist making a man [urinate on] himself.'

Pretty much answers this question, doesn't it?

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