What can YOU say in six sentences?
When he confronted Charles Graner about what was on the discs Graner had given him, Graner said, "The Christian in me says it's wrong, but the corrections officer in me says, 'I love to make a grown man piss himself.'"
As any Christian knows, a man cannot serve two masters, and each and every photo made it clear which master Graner and the others had chosen.
He wanted to serve his country and he wanted to be someone his comrades could rely upon--hell, he'd known Lynndie since basic--but somewhere along the line, someone had taught him right from wrong.
The military assured him he would remain anonymous, but then Donald Rumsfeld named him publicly at a Senate hearing.
After he was identified, he and his wife had to live under protective military custody at an undisclosed location, while Graner eventually served a little over half his prison sentence before being freed.
Rumsfeld later sent Darby a personal letter demanding he quit reminding people that Rumsfeld had outed him.