Here we go, more on the war of ignorance being perpetrated by the New York Times, Washington Post and LA Times. Once more the headline is intended to impugn the previous administration in an effort to promote ignorance among the American people.
The Red Cross suggests that we should believe the testimony of murderous terrorist thugs and ignore the information provided by the administration. They also suggest that any torture of non-uniformed terrorists somehow violates the Geneva Convention.
Both of these assertions are lies and once more a testimony of the ignorance of those Liberals who want to desperately believe their own talking points and will use the un-collaborated testimony of liars and thieves to support their denial.
I would like to see the exact language from the Geneva Convention that protects non-uniformed terrorists that do not represent any national identity. You will not find any people.
Red Cross report called U.S. practices 'torture'
The secret 2007 document gives a harrowing account of the Bush administration's treatment of detainees.
March 16, 2009
Here is the pertinent part of the report however:
The findings were based on an investigation by Red Cross officials who were granted exclusive access to the CIA's "high-value" detainees after they were transferred in 2006 to the U.S. detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The 14 detainees, who had been kept in isolation in CIA prisons overseas, gave remarkably uniform accounts of abuse that included beatings, sleep deprivation, extreme temperatures and, in some cases, water-boarding, or simulated drowning.
In other words people, the Red Cross report suggests that because the LIES and DISTORTIONS (telling them what they want to hear for those of you from Rio Linda) are UNIFORM, they must have some "truth" attached to them.
The denial or willing suspension of disbelief it takes to believe such stupidity is beyond the pale.
Red Cross report called U.S. practices 'torture' - Los Angeles Times