-Tortured 5 Months in Isolation in a Closet Room with Light on and a Bucket for a Toilet -- Where are the ACLU, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch?
Today American/Chilean citizen and social media commentator Gonzalo Lira who lives in Ukraine and is widely known for his criticism of mainstream narrative of the Ukrainian conflict posted his first 3 part videos update on his situation, and his curr
In Donald Trump's remarks at Bedminster, NJ following his arraignment in Miami on Tuesday, he addressed the 800-pound gorilla in the room and he articulated something very important to all of us.
...allegedly at the orders of anti-Trump Deputy Warden Landerkin
A new report has been published this past week that details the United States torture program used primarily by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) called "enhanced interrogation techniques" (EITs) used at Guantanamo Bay and other black sites.
So many military staffers and guards passed through Guantanamo during my 14-year detention that I remember only the kindest, and the cruellest – the ones who seemed to take joy in our misery.
On Wednesday November 9, 2022, former CIA director John Brennan spoke in Houston, Texas. Following Brennan's talk, journalist Derrick Broze confronted him on his support of torture, drone bombings, and mass surveillance of Americans.
A massive prison barge is currently floating in the East River of South Bronx, near NYC. The barge holds 800 prisoners who are being subjected to chemical assaults, vaccine medical experiments, "enhanced restraints" and other forms of illegal tor
Quite likely a majority of Americans would agree that it is wrong for the government or police to torture someone, though some would surely accept the "ticking time bomb" exemption, where a detainee is withholding information that could save many
Julian Assange is an Australian editor, publisher, and activist who founded WikiLeaks in 2006.
The US Supreme Court ruled recently on the government's use of the state secrets doctrine in an opinion that will make it easier for intelligence agencies to evade accountability in future individual rights cases.
The Supreme Court declared last week that Americans have no right to learn the grisly details of CIA torture because the CIA has never formally confessed its crimes.
In a scathing dissent, Neil Gorsuch accused the government of seeking dismissal of Abu Zubaydah's petition to avoid "further embarrassment for past misdeeds."
Uighur Muslim incarcerated for three years at a 're-education' jail relives chilling ordeal as Prisoner No 9 and how she was cruelly tricked by captors into having a vaccine that left her sterile