Mr. Speaker, what is interesting here is that when I published the fact in February that we had corrections officers in the prisons in Afghanistan, the opposition members were not even interested and never asked a question.
When I was in Afghanistan myself and was talking to the media there and talking about the hard-working corrections officers there, they never asked a question.
When I talked in the House of Commons about our corrections officers and how they had talked to two individuals who talked about allegations, there was not a question.
However, when the opposition read one snappy little headline yesterday that this was the first time anybody had known about this, they all leapt at it.
Why do they not trying leaping for the truth?