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  • The Scriptorium

    2/13/2006

    U.N. Says Guantanamo Detainees Were Tortured

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 9:59 pm

    The U.N. is trying to start another torture scandal based on the claims of an Al Qaeda operative’s lawyer. Naturally, the U.N. is eager to believe their Al Qaeda allies over the United States government. So, how were these poor terrorists tortured this time? They were forced to eat in order to prevent starvation when they went on hunger strikes. I guess the military should have let them die of starvation and that would have satisfied the U.N. The problems seen in third world countries where there’s a U.N. peacekeeping presence are starting to make sense. It’s much better to let people starve to death.

    The poor mass murderers were also left in solitary confinement too long. Now THAT’s tragic. Solitary confinement is used in prisons all over the United States and throughout the Middle East and the rest of the world, but the U.N. doesn’t call that torture. In fact, I don’t remember the U.N. making much of an issue out of Sadam Hussein’s torture chambers. I guess torturing, raping, and murdering innocent Iraqis is acceptable, but it’s definitely too harsh for an innocent terrorist to be in a prison cell all by himself for too long. He might get escared and suffer mental stress. It’s far better to let the terrorists go and shut down the prison so that the rest of us can suffer mental stress when they start blowing up our markets, schools, and public places.

    A U.N. investigation has concluded that the United States committed acts amounting to torture at Guantanamo Bay, including force-feeding detainees and subjecting them to prolonged solitary confinement, according to a draft report obtained Monday.

    U.S. officials rejected the report, saying it was riddled with errors and treated statements from detainees’ lawyers as fact.

    The report from five U.N. human rights experts also recommended the United States close Guantanamo Bay and revoke all special interrogation techniques authorized by the Department of Defense.

    It accused the United States of violating the detainees’ rights to a fair trial, to freedom of religion and to health.

    The detainees at Guantanimo are each given a Koran and special effort was made to accommodate their religious customs. This has been widely reported. They must be referring to the terrorists’ loss of freedom to wage Jihad. The U.S. is denying these poor people their doe-eyed virgins. The horrors!

    “The apparent attempts by the U.S. administration to reinterpret certain interrogation techniques as not reaching the threshold of torture in the framework of the struggle against terrorism are of utmost concern,” the draft report said.

    The draft report, which follows repeated claims by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay that they have been mistreated or denied their rights, was delivered to the United States on Jan. 16. It was first disclosed Sunday by the Los Angeles Times.

    American officials said the most significant flaw of the report was that it judged U.S. treatment of detainees according to peacetime human rights laws. The United States contends it is in a state of conflict and should be judged according to the laws of war.

    Basically, the U.N. human rights nuts judged Guantanimo as if it were a regular prison and there is no war going on. Did they not get the memo that we’re fighting a war on terror?

    One Response to “U.N. Says Guantanamo Detainees Were Tortured”

    1. Jesus_is_Lord Says:

      The U.N. is so “has-been”. It’s effectivness is nil.