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I've come across this shocking story - the latest story to speak of that human rights devoid hell-hole, Guantanamo.
UNITED States interrogators at Guantanamo Bay subjected a suspected terrorist to abusive and degrading treatment, forcing him to wear a bra, dance with another man and behave like a dog, military investigators said yesterday.First off, what? They called him a terrorist! I suppose the Scotsman doesn't share the BBC's practice of avoiding using such a non-neutral word.
Anyway, no doubt this falls under torture by the anti-war left. More vileness:
The committee heard that interrogators told him his mother and sisters were prostitutes, forced him to wear a bra, forced him to wear a thong on his head, told him he was homosexual and said that other prisoners knew it.Very capable of hurting someone's feelings. Believe me, I know. That part about the mother and sisters prostitute comment, the homosexual quip - it sounds a lot like junior high and high school... possibly college. Though as I got older it becomes less like painful torture and more like friendly poker game smack talk. And that thong on the head thing - standard college hazing. I think it's in a hand book somewhere.
Based on life experiences and what I've read of history, an impromptu investigation of facts has revealed a fairly startling revelation.
Just to be clear, that's 2005 AD. Now it's redefined...
Torture manuals mailed out en masse to any U.S. citizen who wants one.
The Great Satan indeed.
Hoodlumman normally browses Victoria's Secret while blogging at File it Under.
Posted by Hoodlumman · 16 July 2005 11:05 AM
Cool torture devises you have listed there Hoodlumman! How did you find those?
Posted by: Zsa Zsa at July 16, 2005 02:21 PM
I get one of those catalogues about once a quarter. I study the torture devices thoroughly - y'know... kind of a 'know thine enemy' approach. Laetitia Casta is one of my favorites.
Posted by: Hoodlumman at July 16, 2005 03:55 PM
I know a secret... but you'll have to send the Victoria's Psychos over to torture it out of me.. I'm a very naughty boy and no matter how much they punish me or spank my bum I am not telling them a thing.. not one thing.
Posted by: Jake at July 16, 2005 07:27 PM
Whip me! Beat me!... I'm trash!...
Posted by: Zsa Zsa at July 16, 2005 07:34 PM
Isn't it interesting how torture has changed over the years? One man's torture is another man's treasure! Hello! Gitmo is not suppose to be a Holiday Inn! These people are terrorists! The first chance they would get to torture and kill us they would!
Posted by: Cindy T. at July 17, 2005 09:34 AM
How is it that a person on a "Terrorist Watch" group does not pose a threat?
Posted by: Sugar at July 18, 2005 08:07 AM
The relativism of torture.
From the real Iron Maiden of history, to playing Iron Maiden's "Number of the Beast" turned up to 11.
Not sure what the scavenger's daughter is for, but it does look sinister. Seems like a few medieval psychopaths had a lot of time on their hands to think and invent.
Posted by: paul at July 18, 2005 10:58 AM
No, they didn't call him a terrorist. They called him a "suspected terrorist".
The BBC doesn't claim that terrorism exists; they just claim it shouldn't actually be used to, you know, label such kind and gentle people.
Posted by: Joe Grossberg at July 18, 2005 12:37 PM
Is the BBC as bad as the American MSM?
Posted by: Zsa Zsa at July 18, 2005 08:17 PM