These two videos from Canada say about themselves:
Canada: There was so much concern about the manner in which diplomat Richard Colvin was reporting within government on Afghan detainee abuse and other matters that an official in Canada’s military headquarters suggested he be fired if not reined in during the spring of 2007: here.
USA: In only looking forward on torture, not back, the Obama administration is reneging on its obligations under the Convention Against Torture, which demands both that torturers be held accountable and that victims receive remedies: here.
The Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) and its Fifth Estate investigative program have provided further proof that Canada’s security agencies and government connived in the illegal detention and torture of Canadians in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks: here.
- Britain, Afghanistan, torture, and cover-ups (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- British Government Halts Transfer Of Afghan Detainees (rferl.org)
- British government and torture in Afghanistan (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Torture claims halt detainees’ move to Afghan custody (independent.co.uk)
- Prisoners cannot be transferred to Afghan custody due to risk of torture, admits Defence Secretary (independent.co.uk)
- Philip Hammond cites torture risk as he halts transfer of prisoners to Afghan jail (guardian.co.uk)
- Washington-Karzai conflict on Afghan prisoners (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)