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January 07, 2010

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Ian C.Cree,MB(Hons.),MS,FRCS(Eng.& C.),FACS,LRCP.

The continuation of torture, no matter where,
is an abomination and is never justifiable under any circumstances.
President Obama's order to stop torture MUST be enforced everywhere where prisoners are under US control. It is highly illegal in the USA and internationally, and there is no excuse for not enforcing the order.
The msjority of the prisoners were clearly innocent of any crime, many being victims of kidnapping by bounty hunters who were paid for their service. These men MUST be freed!

It is high time to release all the innocent prisoners and to ensure that the Red Cross has access to all detained prisoners, to verify that they are being humanely treated.
The words of military commanders and politicians mean absoulutely nothing!

Sincerely,

Ian Campbell Cree, MB(Hons.), MS, FRCS(Eng. & C.), FACS, LRCP.

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