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Banacek
12-10-2016, 01:15 PM
The death of communist tyrant Fidel Castro has yielded much-deserved coverage of the monstrous nature of his tyrannical rule.

What has gone virtually unreported, however, is the direct and instrumental role Castro played in the torture and murder of American POWs in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The story of Castro’s atrocities against American soldiers in this conflict is rarely ever told, least of all by our mainstream media.

During the Vietnam War, Castro sent a gang of his henchmen to run the “Cuban Program” at the Cu Loc POW camp in Hanoi, which became known as “the Zoo.” As Stuart Rochester and Frederick Kiley have documented in their book Honor Bound in a chapter entitled “The Zoo, 1967–1969: The Cuban Program and Other Atrocities,” one of the primary objectives of this “program” was to determine how much physical and psychological agony a human being could withstand

http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/265091/castros-torture-american-pows-vietnam-jamie-glazov

During WWII the Japanese had a lovely recreational spa named Unit 731. Experiments were conducted on prisoners from Asia but some were conducted on captured British and American troops.

http://www.unit731.org/Experiments.html