A video that shows a young American soldier saying "who cares?" about Iraqi prisoners who died will air on "60 Minutes II."

The CBS newsmagazine obtained the video diary of a soldier, whose name was withheld, talking about conditions at Camp Bucca (search) and Abu Ghraib (search) in Iraq, where Iraqi prisoners were held.

It was "60 Minutes II" that first aired pictures two weeks ago of prisoners allegedly being abused at Abu Ghraib, igniting a political tempest.

"We've already had two prisoners die ... but who cares?" the soldier says on the tape. "That's two less for me to worry about."

The tape reflects the soldier's dislike for the prison camp and the prisoners, according to CBS.

"I hate it here," she says. "I want to come home. I want to be a civilian again. We actually shot two prisoners today. One got shot in the chest for swinging a pole against our people on the feed team. One got shot in the arm. We don't know if the one we shot in the chest is dead yet."