Afghans protest civilian killings.
Usually when I suggest the United States should get out of Afghanistan, I focus the maiming and deaths of Afghans, various internationals and U.S. troops. But there's another reason to end this imperial adventure. The United States is still using its Afghan outpost as a torture site.
According to the BBC:
The BBC has provided a podcast of an interview with a man who claims to have been abused at the site.
We don't get to hear accounts like that very often -- but of course, Afghans do. No wonder many of them want us simply out of their country, whatever future horrors that may lead to.
Adam Server has a great idea how the Military Commission could try to win some respect: