U.N. GITMO report 'incredibly inaccurate'
Thomas L. Bock, American Legion National Commander actually visited the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as opposed to merely talking with detainees, who are our enemy.
From 6-9 Feb, 2006, he visited Camp Delta and toured the cells. He found: GITMO detainees receive a variety of meal choices and upwards of 4,200 calories a day. Some of the detainees engaged in a hunger strike and were force-fed by feeding tubes. Recently they faked a hanging and attacked the guards. In my opinion, they should have been shot on site, but, thanks to the great
"The U. N. researchers should have talked with survivors of the Hanoi Hilton, the German stalags, North Korean prisons, or Japanese prison camps during those wars to understand the real definition of maltreatment." -- Thomas Brock, American Legion Commander
"The treatment given to these men who have vowed to destroy America... far exceeds standards set forth by the Geneva Conventions." -- John Raughter