Fuck this pointless, pointless war.

The picture of [Ali Shalal Qaissi] standing hooded atop a cardboard box, attached to electrical wires with his arms stretched wide in an eerily prophetic pose, became an indelible symbol of the torture at Abu Ghraib. “I never wanted to be famous, especially not in this way,” he said, as he sat in an office in Amman. That said, he is now a prisoner advocate who clearly understands the power of the image: It appears on his business card.