Retaliation and Intimidation

Lawyer Who Told of U.S. Abuses at Afghan Bases Loses U.N. Post,

A United Nations human rights monitor who accused American military forces and civilian contractors last week of abusing and torturing prisoners in Afghanistan has been told his job is over.
[. . .] The day before, he had released a 21-page report saying that Americans running prisons in Afghanistan had acted above the law “by engaging in arbitrary arrests and detentions and committing abusive practices, including torture.”

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