W.S. Gilbert's jolly, little song should stand as a serious monument to Judge Hellerstein of the Supreme Court. He insisted, against the wishes of the administration, that the Freedom of Information Act stood above national shame and embarrassment and allowed publication of the Abu Ghraib pictures. Gregory Djerejian has the details here; and in another post, here, he details growing unrest in pro-war, Right-wing circles that in the numerous prisoner abuse scandals, no-one further up the chain of command has taken any responsibility. This is what makes America an admirable nation, but don't expect to read about it at 'Lenin's' Tomb, 'Bion Octupus' or 'Dead Men Left', they're too busy pumping out every piece of anti-American agit-prop they can find in support of people who entice the jobless into a phoney set-up and then blow them to pieces.