Thursday, April 02, 2009

Look who the latest attention whore to write a book is...

That's right...Lynndie England, a somewhat local piece of shit who dishonored our armed forces, disgraced our country, and now wants to get back into the limelight in an attempt to profit on what she did.
CUMBERLAND, MD - They say a picture's worth a thousand words, but pictures that surfaced in 2004 of the Abu Ghraib Prison scandal spoke volumes to the world.

Most of the pictures leaked to the press included army specialist Lynndie England.

Now, five years later, England is releasing a book.

England said, "I still don't understand how my face got out there. I was only in a handful of pictures."

However, those photos shocked the world. Despite these pictures, England says it hasn't changed her love for the armed forces.

England said, "If I could still go out and be a part of my unit, I would. I miss it. I miss wearing the uniform."

That's a right England lost when she was sentenced on six counts involving prisoner mistreatment in 2005.

England says she's not looking back. Instead her goal now is to share her side of the story.

England said, "I kept thinking this through my trial and everyone else's trial, I didn't felt guilty about the charges I was charged with or what happened because in my mind we were ordered to do this."

Author Gary Winkler is putting England's thoughts into words next month.

Winkler said, "There's so much more to it than this little snapshot, and in the end, I think people will come away with an understanding of Lynn as a human being."

She's tried to get a job in her community, but says she and the other officers from the 372nd military infantry implicated in the scandal can't find work.

She's hoping her book will help give the public a bigger picture of the situation than a limited view from the infamous snapshots.
Well as the retards funding the Octomom's shopping sprees at high-end clothing and make-up stores have already proven, if you're a total loser but brazen enough to act proud of yourself, someone somewhere will give you money.

I honestly hope that whatever bookseller buys this crap gets burned and stuck with crates of unsold copies. We don't need to see this vain, self-centered waste of oxygen portrayed as "a human being". We know that she's a human being. Ted Bundy was a human being. So was Jeffrey Dahmer. Tim McVeigh was a human being too. But none of them were the sort of human being that any real American wants to hear from or have around. And England is that same type of human being.

You want money, bitch? I'll personally pay you $500 if you leave this country and don't ever come back, and I'm sure that other real Americans will pony up more cash to get rid of you. But I definitely don't want to hear how you still won't accept responsibility for what you did, and I don't want any more of your lies about how you were "ordered" to do what you did. We both know that's a lie but even if it wasn't, I wouldn't care. You knew it was wrong when you did it, but you didn't have enough pride in yourself as an American or a member of the military to do the right thing. So fuck you. Just go die somewhere, only do it quietly, because none of us want to hear from you again or be reminded of the colossal stain that you and your posse put on our country and our mission in Iraq.

14 comments:

  1. As a former Soldier, I'm absolutely mortified that this festering twat has ever worn the uniform! And as a human being, I have to wonder who the hell let this bitch into the gene pool. As a writer, I have to wonder if the pernicious whore can even spell!

    The beauty of this country is that anyone has the freedom to write anything (save for libel and slander, which is not protected under the First Amendment), but we, the People, also have the right to shun this bitch and ensure she never sees a penny of profit!

    Love the free market!

    She and her scumbag boyfriend left a huge stain on the military - an institution that is more trusted and respected by the American public than any other. (No, Code Pink numbskulls don't count as public, or human, for that matter). She and Graner did more to destroy that trust than anyone else in recent history.

    And if I could go back in time and put that bastard and the stupid crack whore through a wall, I would do it with a smile on my face!

    Bitch!

    /rant

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  2. I cannot believe she is writing a book and still claims her "innocence" to this day! That was a very shameful time in our history of the war over there and now she wants to try to capitalize off of it? How revolting!

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  3. Anonymous3:45 AM

    This goes to prove my theory that one shouldn't admire or respect people simply because of the JOB that they have. That goes for cops too. Cops are not great simply because they are cops. What if England had been a cop? See, wouldn't be so great then.

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  4. Anonymous6:22 AM

    Lynndie is NOT writing the book, Gary Winkler is. Obviously, you folks don't keep up with the news, or the Senate Armed Forces report, or any of what has come out. Lynndie tortured no one, touched no one.

    Obviously, you folks want to believe what you want to believe. Wouldn't be surprised if you were Cheney and Rumsfeld in disguise!

    All my best to you!

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  5. Anonymous, are you seriously mentally deficient? No one ever said cops or anyone else needs to be admired or respected merely because of the job they have or the uniform they wear. The point is they shouldn't automatically be distrusted and reviled because of a few who stain the rest.

    Geeze.

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  6. And your theory is based on a flawed (and stupid) premise. We don't admire people because they are cops, we admire the exemplary sort of people who typically become cops and who, when they do so, shine. Becoming a police officer does not make one a superior person, however, superior people make great police officers because they have what it takes to do the job and do it well.

    And these days, most police departments have mechanisms in place to weed out the mental defectives like Lynndie England. People like her want very much to become police officers but the job doesn't want people like that so most reputable agencies spend thousands of dollars per candidate on pysch exams and specialized training programs designed specifically to weed that type out.

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  7. Yes, we know that Lynndie is not actually putting the pen to the paper. She's an attention whore but she needs someone like Winkler to put it all together and market it. Winker is just her literary pimp.

    Both of them need to go to hell in a little red wagon, and I'm sure that there's room for a third if you'd like to join them.

    But thanks for the compliment, re: Cheney and Rumsfeld. They are exemplary Americans who did us all good, and even you nasty little liberal haters are safer today because of their work.

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  8. Oh, and by the way. I saw some unedited video from Abu Ghraib - when I worked Army public affairs. Despite what you think you know about what the Senate Armed Services Committee put out there, she's not even remotely innocent.

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  9. Sorry Anonymous at 4:45am. I disagree with you. As they said, this entry did not make any correlations to cops in any way but somehow you drew a connection because you wanted to. You obviously have some beef with the police and have a huge chip on your shoulder.

    As far as your comment:

    "that one shouldn't admire or respect people simply because of the JOB that they have. That goes for cops too. Cops are not great simply because they are cops"

    Yes, they should. And that goes for firemen and military people too. There was a time when the public did RESPECT and ADMIRE them just for the job that they did. They put their lives on the line every day to make people safe which to me no amount of pay can justify. They do the jobs that others can't, won't or just aren't qualified to do. There was a time when society recognized that and for THAT alone, they got respect. Too bad people like you don't understand what respect is anymore.

    And like any other profession, there are going to be a few bad apples. It happens. But, these professions as a whole deserve respect just for the fact in what they signify. When was the last time you put YOUR life on the line? Since you cowardly put your nasty comments behind an anonymous moniker, I am guessing never.

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  10. I will pony up some cash to get this media whore out of the country. Along with octomom.

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  11. "We don't admire people because they are cops, we admire the exemplary sort of people who typically become cops and who, when they do so, shine. Becoming a police officer does not make one a superior person, however, superior people make great police officers because they have what it takes to do the job and do it well."

    I couldn't have said it better myself, Superman. And probably not without cursing. ;-)

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  12. Don't admire me because of what I wear , admire me for what and who I am. And after you realize what and who I am , admire me for still doing the job that FEW can or will do.

    Police Officer.

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  13. Anonymous1:52 AM

    I am the "anonymous poster here at 4:45". I want to say that everyone should respect everyone unless proven otherwise. I said in my original post that people shouldn't respect soldiers and cops simply because of the job they do. Many posters then said that people don't actually do that and called me stupid, but THEN MTBLaura went and proved me right! She said that yes, we SHOULD respect cops and soldiers because of the job they have.

    So MTBLaura, we all disagree with you apparently. Also, being a cop is not nearly as life-threatening as you think. Do you know that being a cop isn't even in the top 10 most dangerous jobs? Life in general is dangerous, so don't put cops above others because their dangers are more "special" or what have you. 50k people in the USA die a year in car accidents. Think about how dangerous it is to simple drive a car, which lots of people who are not cops do.

    Now, I am not saying to DISrespect cops, I am simply trying to say that people shouldn't put them on a pedistal, and looks like everyone agrees except MTBLaura.

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  14. Jealousy is such an ugly thing.

    Admit it, "Anonymous", you wish that you had the character and conviction to stand up for others and place yourself in harm's way, don't you?

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