Friday, 24 July 2009

U.S. Rebuffs U.N. Requests for Guantanamo Visits, Data on CIA Prisons

The Obama administration has declined requests from U.N. human rights investigators for information on secret prisons and for private interviews with inmates at the U.S. military detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, U.N. officials said, dampening their hopes of greater U.S. cooperation on human rights issues.

I suspect UN interviews with some of the detainees will reveal shocking physical and mental injuries from torture. Some of these people at Guantanamo will end up being permanently confined to hide the evidence of US war crimes.

Furthermore, because we know that 911 was an inside job, we can be sure in knowing that none of those tortured could have provided any intelligence on that attack. As things stand the Obama Administration is complicit in a cover-up of criminal activity.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 24th, 2009.]

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