Government Report on Drugging of Detainees Is Suppressed

Jeffrey Kaye and Jason Leopold, Truthout: "A major Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General (OIG) investigation on the drugging of detainees held at Guantanamo and other Department of Defense (DoD) facilities was completed almost a year ago, though no publicity about this ever took place. News of the completion of the report was a surprise to human rights workers who had been involved in investigating the drugging claims. According to DoD spokesperson, Maj. Tanya Bradsher, the report is classified. While the investigation's findings remain unknown, one Congressional source said the allegations of drugging of prisoners for the 'purposes of interrogation' were not substantiated by the findings of the report. The involuntary use of drugs on prisoners would violate a number of domestic and international laws, as well as basic ethical codes of the medical professions."

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