"The report, based on testimony collected by human rights groups and press accounts, carries the imprimatur of the United Nations, which activists say makes it an important source as rights groups seek justice for past crimes in Afghanistan."That imprimatur is from the same organization that presided over the corruption of its own Oil-for-food program to the tune of billions of dollars, right?
Some imprimatur. I'd be more resepectful of one from Bernard Cardinal Law. Not to mention the conditions of complete anarchy which pervaded Afghanistan for years after the Soviet army was driven out.