Friday, July 13, 2007


Lynndie England -- remember her? -- is out of prison, after serving half of a three-year term for her part in the Abu Ghraib scandal.

What's she doing now? The Associated Press reports:
England, 24, contributed her knowledge of computers, electronics and graphics for the Keysey, W. Va., Strawberry Festival, which helped her land an unpaid position on the town's recreation board, said Roy Hardy, the England family’s attorney.

"When (council members) saw how hard she worked for the festival, they didn’t hesitate to put her on the board," said Hardy, who is also a board member. "If it wasn’t for her, we wouldn’t have been able to pull off (the Strawberry Festival). She was an absolute asset."
From ass to asset. That's saying something.


Anonymous said...

Our Abu Ghraib use Crime Lab to investigate City Council and the Blunts

Anonymous said...

They should've given her a medal. And you're right, Ron, she is an asset. Wish we have a million more just like her.

Anonymous said...

That lady is sick!