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Torture Shredded?


By jimstaro - Posted on 07 October 2010

'UK govt can't deny propaganda war'

 

We can surely all agree with him about this military erasure of evidence on hard drives or disks is for cover-up. Some contents might be legitimately erasable, but the erasure of incriminating evidence must surely involve or else be specifically for cover-ups. The officials responsible for this must surely know that the contents of the disks contain incriminating evidence and it's surely criminal to erase these files; like it being criminal to erase and withhold (or hide) any evidence related to crimes.

This erasure clearly is not accidental, and officers had to be responsible.

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