I told you to cross out that part:
The accusation that detainees were killed by Afghan army or police officers comes from a Canadian soldier with the Royal Canadian Regiment who served in the Panjawi district. Upon returning to Canada, he told a military doctor treating him for stress about his concerns.
"After they handed over the detainee, the local authority would walk the detainee out of range and the detainee would be shot," says a 2008 report on the soldier's claims. "This occurred on more than one occasion."
Canada's Blogging Tories will undoubtedly seize on what comes next:
The doctor told investigators about his patient's allegations since they involved possible criminal activity. He added that those who return from Afghanistan with stress-related conditions sometimes exaggerate, and that the killings may never have happened.
Those same Blogging Tories will, unsurprisingly, not bother to read the very next paragraph:
"However, the condition that he does have would not give him any reason to lie. Therefore, he may be telling the truth," the report said.
In addition, the BTers will blame the Liberals. I'm pretty sure about that.
ALL QUIET ON THE BT FRONT: Unsurprisingly, Canada's Blogging Tories are still rousing themselves from a good night's sleep and putting on the coffee before they wander off to the fax machine for today's talking points:
Would anyone like to predict how the rest of the day is going to go?