New ISIS Detainee Policy “Not Quite Nailed Down” and it’s RIDICULOUS!

A new guidance for the military is that they only have 30 days max to hold any ISIS detainees (they call them “operatives”) that they capture. The Pentagon is not real sure for exactly how long yet, but will figure it out with the next batch that are captured. Talk about management on the fly. Leadership at its worst. Then after the United States military has interrogated them, the detainees are to be handed over to the Iraq government. There they will all be held securely and will always be available for future interviews. I have my own idea about how dependable the Iraqi government is: Not very.  This program can very easily turn into a catch and release program, but the Pentagon says it is not. Read on in disbelief.



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