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Binyam Mohamed, 31, claims to have been tortured after being arrested in Pakistan in 2002. And he alleges that Britain was complicit in the torture and Canada may have also had a role in his rendition.
Mohamed was flown to Morocco after his arrest and interrogated. He alleges that after refusing to speak with Americans, a third-party intermediary, who called herself "Sarah, the Canadian," was brought in.
"If you don't talk to me, the Americans are getting ready to carry out torture,"...
Originally posted by johnsky
I'm not delusional regarding my nation either. Heck, we just saw an attempted political coop fail just a couple of months ago, led by the NDP, Libs, and BQ... luckily it failed. But it's a clear sign that even Canada isn't without our share of crooks.
Originally posted by Maxmars
I'm wondering. Could it be that she was just called "Sarah the Canadian" and was not really a Canadian? I mean. how would a prisoner really know?
Originally posted by deltaboy
Perhaps Sarah wants to participate the torturing in hopes of getting American citizenship, so she was nicknamed the Canadian for now. Or it could be that Canadians are more devious than I thought and they should be watched more carefully.
Mohamed's diary says the woman told him the Americans were getting ready to torture him if he didn't co-operate. The woman -- whom Mohamed says he never believed was Canadian -- left and the Briton says he was tortured.
Mohamed has maintained all along he never believed Sarah was a Canadian, but an American acting out a ruse.