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  Cameras may not lie, but no one has ever argued they tell the whole truth. In Abu Ghraib, the military's response to people taking pictures of prisoners being tortured was to ban cameras from the prison. When asked to pass a bill banning the use of torture, the response from the President was that one was not needed since we don't torture people. But a group of soldiers, including some women, were charged with "abusing" prisoners and found guilty. This is a story about two of the women.

Is the story we are telling true? No. But much like a photo, it is based on some truths. More importantly, it forces us to look at what people go through in our name and the resulting treatment they get. These women are going to spend years in jail after offering up their lives to us to defend our country. We've seen all their pictures. This is ours.

Running Time: 25 minutes 30 seconds

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"It is better to look good than to feel good."
Fernando (a.k.a. Billy Crystal)