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Iraq / Prisoner Abuse Scandal / England #789214

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 01, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The expectation that Pfc. Lynndie England will plead guilty in a deal for a reduced sentence for abusing prisoners at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison noted.

(Ft. Hood, Texas: Susan Candiotti) England’s role in the prison abuse examined; excerpts shown from the Dutch documentary “Big Storm” of England with her baby and explaining the infamous photos of her with naked Iraqi prisoners; courtroom sketches shown.

(Studio: Carol Lin) The marriage of Pvt. Charles Graner, who is believed to be the father of England’s baby and was convicted in the abuse scandal, to another Abu Ghraib guard who also pleaded guilty noted.

Lin, Carol;
Candiotti, Susan

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