Red Cross warned Canada of prison abuse - in 2006.
And only two days after an April 2007 Globe & Mail investigation revealed allegations of abuse and torture among Afghan prisoners transferred by Canadians, Richard Colvin was ordered to delete "two bluntly worded sections" on Ottawa's delays in telling Red Cross about prisoner transfers.
Arif Lalani, the ambassador who ordered the censorship, is currently Canada's director-general of the Foreign Affairs Department's policy planning bureau.
Keep the pressure on. I want a torture inquiry! Sign and pass it on.
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