Wikileaks reveals Texas contractor pimped little boys to Afghan cops

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    [​IMG]Wikileaks has achieved international attention with its recent release of thousands of classified diplomatic cables leaked by Private First Class Bradley Manning.

    A revealing cable from Kabul describes a meeting between US Assistant Ambassador Joseph Mussomeli and Afghan Minister Hanif Atmar on June 23. During the meeting Atmar expresses concern that publicity over what he calls the “Kunduz DynCorp Problem” could “endanger lives.” Sound familiar? He asks Mussomeli to “quash any news articles on the incident or circulation of a video connected with it.”

    So what is the Kunduz DynCorp Problem? What super secret that must be kept to protect lives?

    DynCorp is the US corporation contracted by the US government to train the Afghan Police force. Reportedly 95% of its $2 billion annual revenue comes from taxpayers. Well, some of that money was flowing into a child prostitution ring. On April 11 DynCorp apparently threw a party at the Kunduz Regional Training Center where prepubescent boys were dressed in women's clothing and made to dance seductively as they were sold as sex slaves to the highest bidder.

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    Morality needs to be learned by children while infants to avoid raising such criminals in this env. :confused:
     
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    Manning is scum.
     

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