The most recent word, received just now from an official at National Defence, is that a response to the question raised yesterday is still being sought.
To recap, the 2006 field report cited by General Walter Natynczyk this week read, in part, “We then photographed the individual prior to handing him over, to ensure that if the ANP did assault him, as has happened in the past, we would have a visual record of his condition.”
When the same field report was released to the BCCLA and Amnesty International in Nov. 2007, that sentence read, “We then photographed the individual prior to handing him over [REDACTED].”
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