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US admits at UN: We crossed line on interrogating detainees
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 12/05/2015                      Reader : 93

H.D.A  : RED INDIANS AND COWBOYS OF AMERICA CONFESSED IN UN THAT THEY CROSSED LINE ON INTERROGATING DETAINEES!!UNHRC MUST TAKE ACTION AGAINST US AT LEAST BY EXPELLING US OUT OF HRC,AFTER CONFESSION!!THE WHOLE WORLD KNOW WELL SCANDAL OF GUANTANAMO CAMP WHERE US CROSSED LINE IN INTORROGATING DETAINEES!!AN AMERICAN OFFICER USED TO MARK FACES OF DETAINEES WITH HER PERIOD BLOOD,TO CONFIRM AMERICANS ORIGIN AS RED INDIANS AND COWBOYS!!US IS NOT CAPABLE TO LEAD THE WORLD AS IT ADOPTS SAME-SEX MARRIAGE,LEGALISED MARIJUANA,LEGALIZED PORNO INDUSTRY,AS WELL AS INDUSTRALIZATION OF TERRORISM!!

 

 

 

Freerepublic        12-5-2015

 

US admits at UN: We crossed line on interrogating detainees

 

The US took some hard shots on Monday in the UN Human Rights Council periodic review of its human rights record, admitting that it “crossed the line” and “did not live up to our values” in its interrogation of detainees during the George W. Bush administration.

Coming on the heels of a federal investigation into Baltimore authorities’ handling of the police shooting of African-American Freddie Gray, the US representatives, led by Ambassador Keith Harper and State Department Acting Legal Adviser Mary McLeod, also said that it should “do better” in police conduct toward minorities.

The UN review – which also addressed the US targeted killings policy, administrative detention and military court issues related to the Guantanamo Bay prison and US National Security Agency spying on people’s emails and telephone calls – also has a strong indirect impact on Israel.


 
 
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