WikiLeaks has revealed that favored US military contractor DynCorp police trainers in Afghanistan hired "dancing boys" to entertain them as part of their "R&R" activities. The diplomatic cables also reported that Afghani officials are in full-scale cover up mode, trying to prevent their own citizens from finding out what the American contractors have been doing on their "free time". Could these revelations be a motive for the ferocious attacks against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks? There's a lot of potential money to be lost if word got out.
The biggest question remains, what has the U.S. government done to stop this illegal and immoral activity and why is DynCorp still doing business on the taxpayer's dime?
DynCorp's motto is: "We Serve Today for a Safe Tomorrow". It is higly doubtful that Afghani children would agree. Self-serving is more like it.
WikiLeaks Reveals That Military Contractors Have Not Lost Their Taste For Child Prostitutes
In a May 2009 meeting interior minister Hanif Atmar expresses deep concerns that if lives could be in danger if news leaked that foreign police trainers working for US commercial contractor DynCorp hired "dancing boys" to perform for them.More...
Bacha boys are eight- to 15-years-old. They put on make-up, tie bells to their feet and slip into scanty women's clothing, and then, to the whine of a harmonium and wailing vocals, they dance seductively to smoky roomfuls of leering older men.
After the show is over, their services are auctioned off to the highest bidder, who will sometimes purchase a boy outright. And by services, we mean anal sex: The State Department has called bacha bazi a "widespread, culturally accepted form of male rape." (While it may be culturally accepted, it violates both Sharia law and Afghan civil code.)