GUANTANAMO BAY: This is how we broke Khalid Sheik Mohamed, 9/11 mastermind, and got valuable intel


Yet the George Soros-funded far lefties at ‘Salon’ are in an uproar over a new report that contextualizes the torturous force-feeding of Gitmo hunger strikers and reveals that under CIA and DoD orders, doctors tortured terror suspects to gain intelligence after 9/11.

SALON  The Taskforce on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centers found that, following 9/11, medical professionals working with the military and intelligence services “designed and participated in cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment and torture of detainees.”


The report, as the Guardian highlighted Monday, points the finger at the CIA and the Defense Department for requiring health professionals in their employ to oversea force-feedings, “enhanced interrogations” (read, always, as “torture”), and to forgo patient-doctor confidentiality. In every of these instances, international medical ethics codes were grossly abrogated.


Via the GuardianDoctors and nurses were required to participate in the force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strike, against the rules of the World Medical Association and the American Medical Association. Doctors and psychologists working for the DoD were required to breach patient confidentiality and share what they knew of the prisoner’s physical and psychological condition with interrogators. They also failed to comply with recommendations from the army surgeon general on reporting abuse of detainees.

Comfortable prisoner transport
Comfortable prisoner transport

The CIA’s office of medical services played a critical role in advising the justice department that “enhanced interrogation” methods, such as extended sleep deprivation and waterboarding, which are recognised as forms of torture, were medically acceptable. CIA medical personnel were present when waterboarding was taking place, the taskforce says.

And the usual leftists out protesting for terrorists' rights
And the usual leftists out protesting for terrorists’ rights