The Harper government has decided to defy the will of the people (yesterday, the majority of parliament, representing the majority of the people of Canada, voted to have the government release key documents pertaining the Afghan detainee torture issue) and not release the documents, as they have been ordered to do so. It has been made clear that releasing these documents will NOT endanger our troops or the mission in Afghanistan. So, the question is, what reason would they have to not release the documents, even when ordered by parliament to do so? They must be hiding some pretty damning evidence, damning against the Harper government's actions/inactions in the past regarding this issue.
Hopefully, the documents can be accessed before they are shredded or completely obliterated with a big black marker.