HRW's take on the KSM confession

This says it all about "Human Rights Watch" and their bias and derangement. After Khaldi Shaikh  Mohammed confesses to a wide series of crimes, the George Soros-funded Human Rights Watch casts doubt on his confession by alluding to it being forged by the White House. In their world view, conspiracies just come popping out of the White House 24/7.
John Sifton, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch, said he questioned whether the statement read for Mr. Mohammed by his representative authentically reflected his views.

"The grammar of it alone, when juxtaposed with his version of English, suggests it was prepared for him," Mr. Sifton said. "It looked to me like it was printed out of whitehouse.gov."
This says it all about "Human Rights Watch" and their bias and derangement. After Khaldi Shaikh  Mohammed confesses to a wide series of crimes, the George Soros-funded Human Rights Watch casts doubt on his confession by alluding to it being forged by the White House. In their world view, conspiracies just come popping out of the White House 24/7.
John Sifton, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch, said he questioned whether the statement read for Mr. Mohammed by his representative authentically reflected his views.

"The grammar of it alone, when juxtaposed with his version of English, suggests it was prepared for him," Mr. Sifton said. "It looked to me like it was printed out of whitehouse.gov."