Pfc. Lynndie England: 1.5 years
Pfc. Lynndie England served 521 days for her crimes at Abu Ghraib prison, including conspiracy, maltreating detainees and committing an indecent act. England blatantly dehumanized and terrorized inmates. In the pictures she appears to have enjoyed it.
No prosecution for deaths of Gul Rahman and Manadel al-Jamadi
The CIA interrogator of Manadel al-Jamadi, the dead prisoner in the above photo, who was suspected of a bomb attack that killed 12 people at a Baghdad Red Cross facility, was never charged with a crime. In 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder said there would be no prosecutions for the deaths of al-Jamadi and another prisoner, Gul Rahman, who died while chained to a concrete wall in near-freezing temperatures in a secret CIA prison in northern Kabul.
Lt. William Calley: Less than 4 years
For the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam in March 1968, Calley was found guilty of the premeditated murder of 22 civilians. He was released on parole in Nov. 9, 1974.