“New Revelations Suggest DoD Cover-Up Over Detainee Drugging Charges” @ Truth-out
Posted on September 27, 2012
Jeffrey Kaye — September 21, 2012: “Two new revelations, and a critical analysis of the recent Department of Defense (DoD) Inspector General (IG) report on the drugging of DoD-held detainees, reveals a cover-up of such drugging by the Pentagon and possibly other government agencies.
A recent attorney’s affidavit charges that at least one Guantanamo detainee was involuntarily drugged before his plea hearing at the military commissions. In addition, a declassified Guantanamo medical standard operating procedure (SOP) describes how scopolamine was administered to all detainees rendered to the US Cuban-based prison. Scopolamine has a long history as a supposed ‘truth drug.’………………………”
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