An Iraqi prisoner cowering naked and terrified as a US soldier sics a dog on him.
This photo — along with others, for example, showing a hooded prisoner hooked up for electric shocks — exposed the barbarism of the US occupation of Iraq for the world to see.
Nonetheless, the Army seems to have forgotten about the torture when it reassigned one of the soldiers handling the vicious dogs back to Iraq.
Sergeant Santos Cardona, a military police officer from Fullerton, California, who served in 2003 and 2004 at Abu Ghraib as a dog handler, was assigned to return to Iraq.
His new assignment was to help train local Iraqi police.
Cardona was brought before a military court earlier this year and convicted of dereliction of duty and aggravated assault.
A military judge sentenced him to a fine and demotion in rank.
Cardona spent no time behind bars, but served 90 days of hard labour at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.