This video from the USA about Afghanistan is called DynCorp, US tax funds child prostitution – Operation Leakspin.
Another video from the USA, which used to be on YouTube but is not anymore, says about itself:
Frontline- Afghan’s “Bacha Bazi” (PREVIEW)
FRONTLINE- In the midst of war and endemic poverty, an ancient tradition has re-emerged across Afghanistan: Hundreds of boys are being lured off the streets with promises of a new life, many unaware their fate is to be used for entertainment and sex.
See the whole sickening FRONTLINE REPORT HERE.
From Tanyug news agency in Serbia:
Afghanistan: U.S. company pimped boys
9 December 2010 | 12:13
LONDON — Employees of privately-owned U.S. company DynCorp, employed to train Afghan forces, were pimping boys to policemen, WikiLeaks has revealed.
According to WikiLeaks, policemen often used to take drugs and sexually abuse boys.
DynCorp was involved in “hiring” young Afghans to entertain policemen at private parties in the province of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan.
Boys aged eight to 15 were doing a “traditional dance” that had been banned by the Taliban.
After the show, the boys were auctioned off to the highest bidder and then sexually abused.
Afghanistan demands that contractors and private security companies be brought under much tighter government control. However, the U.S. embassy was legally incapable of honoring its request that the U.S. military should assume authority over training centers managed by DynCorp.
Two Afghan policemen and nine other Afghans were arrested as part of investigations into a crime described as “purchasing a service from a child”, which the cable said was against both sharia law and the civil code.
In a meeting with the assistant U.S. ambassador, Afghan Interior Minister Hanif Atmar pointed out that the incident should be “quashed” and warned that the story would “endanger lives” and was particularly concerned that a video of the incident might be made public.
DynCorp is also known to the Serbian public. In 2005 it won a tender for construction of a cargo terminal at the Belgrade airport but it informed the Serbian government that was giving up on the project in November of 2006.
See also here.
DynCorp and Stallion endanger base with lax security in Afghanistan: here.