Military Watchdog Limits Investigation Of Complaint Into Afghan Prisoner Abuse
The scope of an investigation into the treatment of suspected Taliban prisoners during the Afghan war will not be as broad as originally expected, the civilian agency overseeing complaints against military police said Thursday.
The Military Police Complaints Commission says it can only review why the investigative arm of the Canadian Forces chose not to lay charges in an alleged incident that took place in Kandahar during the closing phase of the army's combat mission.
An anonymous complaint was filed with the watchdog, which alleged prisoners were abused during Canadian military police raids on their cells at Kandahar Airfield in 2010 and 2011.
"Military Watchdog Limits Investigation Of Complaint Into Afghan Prisoner Abuse."
(02 March 2017):