Depraved Treatment of Drug War Captives on US Coast Guard Ships
Date Written: 29/11/2017
Year Published: 2017
Resource Type: Article
Wessler provides details in an interview transcript on how the United States Coast Guard routinely subjects individuals alleged to be involved in the transport of cocaine between South America and Central America to such conditions.
Wessler provides more details in an interview transcript posted Tuesday at USA Today, including the preposterous claims of the Coast Guard that the extended depraved treatment is required due to "logistical challenges" and is acceptable because the shackled individuals "are not formally under arrest until they get to the United States." And after the accused individuals arrive in America, their torment continues when they face years in US prison all due to actions they are accused of taking hundreds or thousands of miles from America.
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