Medical Support to Detainee Operations Manual Reveals New Drugs Can be Tested on PrisonersSubmitted by ralph hornsby on Fri, 08/17/2012 - 15:45
A recently revealed document entitled “Medical Support to Detainee Operations,” originally published in November 2007 by the United States Army, reveals some quite disturbing realities of what goes on in detainee operations run by the U.S. military.
For those who are not familiar with detainee operations or the related “internment/resettlement operations,” I highly recommend you watch the below video from May of this year covering the military’s internment/resettlement operations manual:
While some of the newly released manual made public by Public Intelligence on August 16, 2012 seems to be positive such as some of the prohibited acts which include “killing, torture, medical/scientific experimentation, physical mutilation, removal of tissues/organs for transplantation, and causing serious injury, pain, and suffering.”
Interestingly, it appears that this document would incriminate some individuals who have participated in past interrogations, including the health care personnel responsible for forcibly injecting detainees at Guantanamo Bay with “mind altering drugs.”