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MIAMI (Reuters) - A young Canadian prisoner held at Guantanamo said in legal documents that U.S. interrogators repeatedly threatened to rape him and Canadian government visitors told him they were powerless to do anything.
In the report's first version, penned the day after the firefight and dated July 28, 2002, the commander identified in court as "Lt.-Clnl. W" says U.S. troops killed the person who attacked Sgt. Speer. Several months later, the report was rewritten to say U.S. troops "engaged" the person who attacked Sgt. Speer, implying the attacker was not killed. The date on the report remained July 28, 2002. Mr. Khadr was wounded by shrapnel during the firefight and shot more than once by U.S. commandos, but survived.
The implications for Mr. Khadr are significant. If the person who attacked Sgt. Speer was himself killed, it could not have been Mr. Khadr. He faces a murder charge in relation to the killing, and the possibility of a life sentence if convicted.
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
reply to post by Duzey
YES! I remember seeing that they changed the 'initial' report...I just wonder how many other detainees may be in there under suspicious circumstances as well?