Friday, April 16, 2010

There's no business like Torture!

A Canadian interpreter who worked for the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan said that soldiers shot an innocent 17 year old, and then proceeded to round up a 10 year old and a 90 year old and transferred them to the Afghan security service. Let's make it clear from now on. He was not a witness, but, he says he read an intelligence report on the issue. He goes on to make another series of accusing claims. Look, I'm tired of blogging about this subject and I think most people are tired of reading on this subject. But I won't relent until we know the truth. Come on Harper. Release the documents.
OTTAWA -- The Canadian military "subcontracted torture" to the Afghan security service and shot an unarmed 17-year-old man in the back of the head, alleges an Afghan-Canadian who worked as an interpreter for the Canadian armed forces in Afghanistan.
Read about it at the National Post or the Toronto Star.

2 comments:

  1. Second and third hand rumours are hearsay and not admissable in Canadian court. This guy had an ax to grind. Will the left believe any slander against our soldiers?

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  2. What slander? The guy says he will bring a witness if permitted and lead the government to the evidence. It doesn't matter if the allegations are true or not. There should nevertheless be a full public inquiry into this.

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/04/15/afghan-translator-allegations-detainees.html

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