By Press TV US Desk
Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today, says that the prisoners at U.S. prisons around the world have “no rights at all”.
Duff made the remarks in an interview with Press TV’s U.S. Desk on Thursday when asked about the shocking U.S. Army document that outlines the implementation of reeducation camps and the fact that the manual was not intended for public release.
He said as an example that an American prison in Poland “has never been visited by the Red Cross, it could have hundred thousand people in it, it could have a million people in it, no one can get in.”
He said that “the U.S. has assumed that it can travel to any country in the world and take any person off the street it wishes and prison them for as long as they want,” calling this “a clear violation of UN conventions, a clear violation of the Geneva Convention.”
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