Real briefly, while I have a chance here during work:
For all the attention that has been given to what’s taken place at Abu Ghraib, we need to remember that Abu Ghraib (or the “Baghdad Central Correctional Facility”, as it was dubbed by us) wasn’t the only place that Iraqis were held, and continue to be held.
For example, a huge section of Samarra East Air Field (SEAF) holds quite a few prisoners. And many of the fire bases in Iraq (such as FOB Stoddard and FOB Speicher) had holding facilities for captives. And many of the soldiers over there had camcorders and digital cameras. So if you put one and one and one together…let’s just say that this story can be, and quite likely is, a lot bigger, and a lot worse than people think it is.
It’s not just Abu Ghraib, folks. And I’m just saying that some enterprising young journalist might want to consider delving into that, and seeing what comes of it.
Just a thought.