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Torture

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AP

Videos showing Leon police practicing torture techniques on a fellow officer and dragging another through vomit at the instruction of a US adviser created an uproar in Mexico, which has struggled to eliminate torture in law enforcement.

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Broken Lives

After years of disclosures by government investigations there is no longer any doubt as to whether the current administration has committed war crimes. The only question is whether those who ordered the use of torture will be held to account.

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AP

As a trusted adviser to a member of United Arab Emirates royal family, Texas businessman Bassam Nabulsi says he safeguarded the sheik's most important documents: videotapes showing the sheik torturing people with a cattle prod and a spiked plank.

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AP

The lawyer for Omar Khadr, Lt. Cmdr. Kuebler, said the instructions were included in an operations manual shown to him by prosecutors and suggest the US deliberately thwarted evidence that could help terror suspects defend themselves at trial.

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Australian

Of the more than 450 FBI agents who served at Guantanamo, the report found almost half “observed or heard about various rough or aggressive treatment of detainees, primarily by military interrogators”. “The most frequently reported techniques include

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Democracy NOW!

"There is a huge number of [secret prisoners] being held in Iraq, and one of the intriguing aspects of this that doesn’t get much reporting is that the US is bringing people into Iraq from elsewhere to hold them there, simply because that keeps

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Consortium News

The Pentagon’s decision to drop war-crimes charges against Mohammed al-Qahtani, the alleged "20th hijacker" in the 9/11 attacks, underscores the consequences of the Bush administration’s descent into torture and other abusive treatment of *

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Vanity Fair

As the first anniversary of 9/11 approached, and a prized Guantánamo detainee wouldn’t talk, the Bush administration’s highest-ranking lawyers argued for extreme interrogation techniques, circumventing international law, the Geneva Conventions, and t

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Antiwar

Is it because John Yoo, the former Justice Dept. hired hand, is such an easy target? Is it because of the cheeky, in-your-face way Yoo argues the president has the authority to have your eyes poked out and your sons' testicles crushed, because we

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