I still think she quite enjoyed her participation in the photographs and am entirely sure that she won't be a "scapegoat" but prosecuted along with other participants up and down the military chain of command that were, if not at least participants, knew of and/or condoned the actions.
The actions constitute abuse and humility, but I have not yet seen proof of actual "torture" in the forms that I associate the word with. I should hope that actual "torture" was never committed...it would certainly degrade in the eyes of the world and here at home much of the humanitarian values the U.S. attempts to stand for and address. Even if the worse is exposed to be true, it would degrade but certainly NOT condemn ALL
U.S. and other coalition forces, just as the WTC attacks should not condemn ALL
other Arabic peoples, or the bad actions of certain police officers should not condemn ALL
other officers who serve proudly and at great personal risk to uphold the law. Regards...Jack