Canadian Military Probing Abuse Allegations
University of Ottawa law professor Amir Attaran lodged a complaint in a letter sent to the Military Police Complaints Commission last week.
"I discovered that on a single day last year (in April), a single interrogator working for the Canadian military brought three men to Kandahar Airfield," Attaran told Canada AM on Tuesday.
"All three of them had a similar set of injuries to their face, to their head and the most seriously injured man had his eyes swollen, cuts on his eyebrows, a slash across his forehead and a cut on his cheek."
Attaran said it seems the men never received proper medical attention before being handed off to the Afghans, never to be seen again.
He criticized the Canadian military for not having a mechanism in place to monitor what happens to released detainees.