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US suspected of keeping secret prisoners on warships: UN official

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The UN has learned of “very, very serious” allegations that the United States is secretly detaining terrorism suspects in various locations around the world, notably aboard prison ships, the UN’s special rapporteur on terrorism said.

While the accusations were rumours, rapporteur Manfred Nowak said the situation was sufficiently serious to merit an official inquiry.

Since when were rumors meritorious of anything? Does this mean the UN wants to put the US under investigation for every piece of unfounded propaganda Al Qaeda puts out? There is no evidence but the “seriousness of the charge” demands an investigation.

Ok, here’s a charge… Kofi Annan beats his wife. Can we get an investigation please?

From Ravings of John C. A. Bambenek

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John Bambenek is a political activist and computer security expert. He has his own company Bambenek Consulting in Champaign, IL that specializes in digital forensics and computer security investigations.
  • http://xraystyle.blogspot.com Bryan McKay

    So would you rather they go uninvestigated and then turn out later to be true? If you think that the charges have no merit, then surely an investigation wouldn’t turn up any dirt and the U.S. government would be off the hook, making the U.N. look too reactionary. I’m sure that would be an ideal situation for you.

    But then again, maybe you’re afraid that your precious regime has something to hide…

  • wahoo

    John’s precious regime has a lot to hide.