... not "Mistreatment," Mr. Bush Jr!
"In Abu Ghraib the relationship of occupier and occupied was not cushioned in platitudes of democracy and freedom, rather these roles have been performed to their extremity to reveal their basic asymmetry and violence...
Abu Ghraib is a photograph that Americans have taken of themselves – a self–portrait that refracts a collective identity whose spokespersons have conflated pre–emptive war and invasion with liberation."
"Abu Ghraib: ceremonies of nostalgia" by Allen Feldman - an essay published in OpenDemocracy.org
Some flashbacks of Bush's Boys at work:
More photos and debate at AntiWar.com