STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE: THE SCANDAL WAS A COVERUP -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY
You didn't see Megan, because that was the cropped picture.
Graner told me he just wanted her out of the shot because it was interfering with his -- I don't know -- his picture! Maybe it was to secretly protect her, because now that I know that they were closer than what I thought at the time, maybe he was trying to protect her.
Q. When did he find out that you were pregnant?
[LYNNDIE ENGLAND, PRIVATE FIRST CLASS MILITARY POLICE] When I found out on February 20th, I came back and told the first sergeant commander, and of course, they wanted to know who the father was. So they knew. And then I told him. At first he sounded excited, then he was just like he didn't want to have anything to do with me. He didn't want to have anything to do with the baby.
Once the story broke, and it came out that I was pregnant, he denied that the baby was his. He was accusing me of cheating on him, which I never did. So, if that's how he wants to play it, then that's fine with me. He'll never see him. It's his choice.
[JAVAL DAVIS, SERGEANT MILITARY POLICE] I was in the mess hall. I look up and I saw myself and Dan Rather. And I'm like, "What the hell?" It's like, "Sergeant Javal Davis."
I'm like, "Whoa. That's me! Where the hell did they get this picture from?" They went to my high school. They acquired a picture of me from the newspaper when I was running track, going over a hurdle.
They cut my face out and showed me like this.