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Tortured by the Government You Served? Tough Luck

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November 12, 2012 in Preparedness


Article posted Nov 12 2012, 5:40 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Will Grigg Print

Tortured by the Government You Served? Tough Luck
Will Grigg

In 2004, a U.S. Navy veteran named Donald Vance went to Iraq to work as a security contractor. When he discovered that the company employing him was deeply corrupt and selling weapons to radical Islamist militias, Vance contacted the FBI and began feeding it information about what he found. Rather than acting on Vance�s disclosures, the military seized him.

For several weeks �Vance was imprisoned in an Iraqi dungeon, ��where he was subjected to relentless and abusive interrogation that legally qualified as torture. Before Vance was released, his captors warned him not to disclose what had been done to him. To his credit, once he was home Vance immediately contacted an attorney and filed a lawsuit against then-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed Vance�s lawsuit, arguing that Rumsfeld and every other official in the military chain of command enjoys blanket immunity because abuse and corruption are common within the military bureaucracy.

�People able to exert domination over others often abuse that power,� wrote the court. �[I]t is part of human nature that is very difficult to control.�

Abuses are impossible to prevent if those who commit them are granted immunity for their crimes.

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2 responses to Tortured by the Government You Served? Tough Luck

  1. Wow sorry that happen to you man thats sucks hope your all right man. god bless and

    fuck the NEW WORLD ORDER!!!

  2. Wow. Figures that’s how it would play out. He accidentally reported what he knew to the very people running the game.

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