Concealing Evidence at Gitmo

Via Peter Van Buren, this recent study of medical records kept at Guantanamo Bay concludes:

The findings in these nine cases from GTMO indicate that medical doctors and mental health personnel assigned to the DoD neglected and/or concealed medical evidence of intentional harm.

As the story slowly becomes clearer and more established, more heed should be paid to this Human Rights Watch report calling for the prosecution of Bush administration officials overseeing the torture chambers in Gitmo and Abu Ghraib. See my previous post on this.

  • curmudgeonvt

    No one is going to be prosecuted. They will justify what they did and the FCM press will ignore what really happened.

  • MvGuy

    At some point, or points, the crimes will become a political albatross that will be festooned on some deserving of those who get paid by US, the taxpayers, every week, every month and will not stop… just as the statute of limitations is endless…. tick…tick…tick…tick…??!!!

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