Abandoned by Canada: Torture Surviver Speaks Out

I attended Abandoned by Canada: Torture Surviver Speaks Out tonight, run by WPIRG and AWOL. The depressing part of of it all is that not only did Canada, a supposedly decent country, violate its own basic laws, not just in turning a blind eye, but in initiating torture (by proxy in Syria, etc.), but that it continued to do it when it realized those involved were innocent, that they continue to to defend this action, suppress information about it, and that is likely continuing today.

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1 Response to Abandoned by Canada: Torture Surviver Speaks Out

  1. Mattt says:

    In my experience, anti-war groups usually withhold facts themselves and often present a very biased view of events. Being that I’m too lazy to google anything, I will just assume there are no credible articles about this issue.

    I doubt Canada purposely sends people to their doom. It’s more likely that it was an oversight or lack of caring, which is still bad, but not malicious.

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