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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE:  THE SCANDAL WAS A COVERUP -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY

You'll see Sergeant Frederick in it.  That's the one I took. 

And the one outside the shower looking in.  I took that one. 

He became one of our workers, so he was allowed out like every day. He was like, it was kind of fun. But I think it was proven he was innocent. 

[MEGAN AMBUHL GRANER, SPECIALIST MILITARY POLICE]  We'd give him an extra meal for helping out, cigarettes, that kind of stuff.  He was about 25 -- 24, 25.  Young guy. 

Pretty decent. 

[BRENT PACK, ARMY SPECIAL AGENT, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION]  Each of the pictures had file time stamps, but they were all off, anywhere from a year plus to a couple of hours.  And every time they got copied to a CD from one computer to another, the times would change based on that computer's time setting. 

But the one time setting that did stay constant is what we call metadata.  Metadata's a big $2 word for information about information.

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