"Canada's former top military police officer, retired navy captain Steve Moore, advised he had documents that he wanted to turn over to the inquiry, however Mr. Moore and his lawyer had to sign a pledge preventing them from passing the documents to the inquiry."and redacted the docs they did allow :
and also sandbagged the Parliamentary Afghan committee by threatening and muzzling witnesses:
"This is what the Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group sergeant wrote in June 2006 about the Afghan detainee who was beaten up:"We then photographed the individual prior to handing him over, to ensure that if the ANP did assault him, as has happened in the past, we would have a visual record of his condition."
but this is what the government sent to the Military Police Complaints Commission:"We then photographed the individual prior to handing him over (redacted)."
"The federal government is blocking diplomat Richard Colvin from giving documents to a special House of Commons committee investigating Afghan torture.before finally shutting parliament down altogether to shut everyone up about it ....
Justice Department lawyers have told Colvin - through the Foreign Affairs department - that they do not accept the view that testimony before Parliament is exempt from national security provisions of the Canada Evidence Act.
Violating Section 38 of the Canada Evidence Act can be punishable by five years in prison."
who could possibly pretend to believe they will now freely hand over those very same docs to retired Justice Iacobucci?
Answer : The Libs.