Began and WikiLeaks, Thursday, publishing more than 100 files and the U.S. Department of Defense lists the details of the policies' in military detention camps in Iraq, and the Gulf of 'Guantanamo' during the years following the Sept. 11 attacks.
In a statement criticized the site «rules practiced by the U.S. military, which led to the abuses and impunity, human rights activists urged to use these documents to investigate the« non-accounting policies.
The statement quoted Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, saying «policies detainees, appears as a dark area where the law does not apply or rights, where it can detain people without a trace by order of the U.S. Department of Defense.
He said it «show abuses that took place in the early days of the war in the face of a faceless enemy, and how these policies matured and evolved and eventually turned to a permanent state of exception that the United States finds itself now a decade after.
A spokeswoman for the U.S. Embassy in London it «has no comment now.
The Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said, in January, said that «the United States continues to violate international law at Guantanamo () through arbitrarily detain individuals indefinitely.
The site WikiLeaks »« a number of documents that will be published linked to interrogate detainees, and they appear to prevent the practice of direct physical violence.
The site said that among those documents and document dated 2005 entitled «policy of identifying serial numbers of detainees.
A statement WikiLeaks: «This document relating to hide secret transfer of detainees in the custody and other U.S. government agencies, with the non-inclusion of their names in the U.S. military central records by not giving a record number for any prisoner.
Noteworthy that «Assange, who angered his U.S., when it was published thousands of U.S. diplomatic cables, holed up inside the Embassy of Ecuador in London, since June to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault. He denies committing any crimes
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