Few 'bad apples' removed, all is well

"Not really surprising...but it should be," writes Bitch. Ph.D, "It should cause shock and outrage that the army's cleared four out of five high-ranking officers of responsibility for Abu Ghraib. Janis Karpinski, who was the woman immediately in charge of the unit that Graner et. al. were assigned to, was reprimanded and relieved of her command. 'She has repeatedly said she was made the scapegoat for the failures of superiors.' Ya think?" (Bitch. Ph.D)

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