Friday, August 05, 2005

So sorry

U.S. Plans to Transfer Afghan Prisoners:

Only four of the hundreds of prisoners held at Guantánamo have been charged with crimes. Most were swept up during the fighting in Afghanistan and held for three years, prompting complaints by human rights groups and charges from former prisoners that they were tortured.

These are the people who are being held and tortured by the U.S. of A. Your country, my country. Beacon to the world for human rights.

U.S. to Afghans: Apologies for the inconvenience. And when we say "apologies," what we mean is, your humanity means nothing to us and we will cart your ass back to Gitmo any time we feel like it. Hmmm. We might have to work on our apologies.


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