U.S. Particular Operations forces should not required to vet for previous human rights violations by the overseas troops they arm and prepare as surrogates, newly disclosed paperwork present.

Whereas the hole in guidelines governing vetting for a counterterrorism program have beforehand been reported based mostly on nameless sources, the paperwork present official affirmation. Beneath this system, American commandos pay, prepare and equip overseas companion forces after which dispatch them on kill-or-capture operations.


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