Lynndie Rana England born November 8,  is a former United States Army Reserve soldier who served in the nd Military Police Company and became known for her involvement in the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse scandal. She was one of 11 military personnel convicted in by Army courts-martial for mistreating detainees and other crimes in connection with the torture and prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad during the occupation of Iraq. England was incarcerated from September 27, to March 1, when she was released on parole. England Jr. She aspired to be a storm chaser. England worked as a cashier in an IGA store during her junior year of high school and married a co-worker, James L. Fike, in , but they later divorced. At the time of her marriage, Xavier Amador the psychologist for England's lawyers alleges that she was an evangelical Christian. She was also a member of the Future Farmers of America.
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The horrific slaying of Abeer Qassim al-Janabi and her family happened in Mahmoudiya, around 20 miles south of Baghdad, on March 12 last year. In spite of the apparently long prison sentence, Sergeant Paul Cortez, 24, can expect to be released on parole in about ten years under a plea bargain deal. He pleaded guilty and agreed to testify in the cases of others alleged to have been involved. Cortez, who broke down in tears earlier this week as he described his role in the rape and murders, is the second soldier to plead guilty. He told the military court at Fort Campbell of the day he had gone with others to the girl's home and raped her. The killing was originally reported to be the work of insurgents, but the role of the soldiers emerged in June. In November, one of the soldiers, specialist James Barker, 24, was sentenced to 90 years in a military prison. Another, specialist Steven Green, 21, who had been discharged from service with a "personality disorder" before his superiors knew about the crime, is accused of being the ringleader and will face a civilian court because he is no longer in the army. Two others, private Jesse Spielman, 22, and Bryan Howard, 19, face courts martial in relation to the incident, though neither is accused of participating in the rape.