I found this article to be very interesting because I did not know anything about the prison before I read it. I had no idea what was going on inside of the prison and it is very disturbing knowing these facts now. It is difficult to believe something like that could have actually been committed by American soldiers to innocent people. Also, I did not know this was going on at the time, or even many years after. Who knew it was happening? And why was it not being stopped? If the acts committed by the soldiers were committed by men in other countries, it would no doubt be considered a crime. I would have not been justified. So why was it justified when Americans did it? I think it goes back to white privilege and white supremacy. White people, especially white men, believe they have power over any other race. According to them, they are the best; they can do no wrong. In my opinion, what was happening at Abu Ghraib was completely wrong and should never be justified.