One medical professional, protesting use of torturous forced-feeding of hunger-strikers, is persecuted by the Navy, while another one, working closely with Guantanamo authorities and interrogators who tortured prisoners, is rewarded with a top job at the Navy’s main hospital. These two facts speak volumes about how low the nation has fallen in relation to acceptance of torture.
|By: Jeff Kaye Tuesday September 16, 2014 12:45 am|
|By: Jeff Kaye Saturday December 15, 2012 7:42 pm|
The U.S. Southern Command has announced that after three months, they’ve released the remains of Adhan Farhan Abdul Latif to Yemen. This first official statement verified earlier reports Latif supposedly overdosed on prescription drugs, but the announcement also adds the surprising new information that “acute pneumonia” was a contributing cause of death. DoD is not answering any questions right now, though their press release only adds a new wrinkle to what was already a murky picture about Latif’s death.