Yet another corrupt US court ruled on Monday that prisoners in Bagram prison in Afghanistan can be kept secret. There's no need for the US to release the names of prisoners, any information about them, or what they've supposedly done. Welcome to Amerika - a country now as bad as the former Soviet Union.
The Afghan prison, now known as Parwan, has around 800 prisoners captured who-knows-how-long ago. Parwan (Bagram) has also been the place where reports of torture and abuse have been rampant since soon after America illegally invaded Afghanistan. And, on Monday, a US District Court in New York made secret torture and abuse even more likely by ruling the Pentagon does not have to turn over information to the ACLU about any of its CIA operations in Afghanistan, or any of its prisoners in Bagram.