A credible report of Canadian mistreatment of an Afghan detainee has emerged.
The prisoner, in Canadian custody, was kept cooped up in a tiny cell, at a temperature of 140°F. To their credit, soldiers attempted to alleviate the screaming man's suffering with frozen water-bottles, but Ottawa HQ resisted moving him.
Sgt. Carol Utton, interviewed by the Military Police Complaints Commission: "We felt (Ottawa HQ) didn’t care....Nobody in Canada gave a crap."
Remember Rachel Marsden on waterboarding as a swimming lesson? Watch the Usual Suspects compare this to a resort sauna.