To all of us who have been charged, we all agree that we don't feel like we were doing things that we weren't supposed to, because we were told to do them. We think everything was justified, because we were instructed to do this and to do that.
I've heard attacks were made on coalition forces because of those. I apologize to the families of those who lost loved ones or were injured because of the photos.
I was instructed by people in higher rank to stand there and hold this leash and look at the camera. We were doing what we were told.
I still can't really believe it. They just told us, 'Hey, you're doing great. Keep it up.'
I apologize to coalition forces and all the families, detainees, the families, America and all the soldiers.
People probably think that, No, they thought of this on their own, and they were just doing this of their own free will, and this and that.
I was used by Private Graner. I didn't realize it at the time.
I was used by Pvt. Graner, ... I didn't realize it at the time.
I was used by Private Graner. I didn't realise it at the time.
I was used by Private Graner, ... I didn't realize it at the time.
I was instructed by people in higher rank to stand there and hold this leash and look at the camera, ... We were doing what we were told.
I was scared I'd have to leave him and he wouldn't know me when I returned and he wouldn't view me as his mother, he'd view me as a stranger,
England's lawyers have argued that she and others in her unit were acting on orders from military intelligence to soften up ... they were joking around, having some fun.
He'll compliment you on every little thing and he'll make you feel good about yourself, ... He'd always act like a gentleman, opening doors and pulling out chairs.
And the MI would be like, 'Oh, that's a good job I never would have thought of that,' ... He'd show him and hed show the command and they'd be like, 'Oh, just keep up the good work.'