Or the US legal system as a whole.
Neil Durkin, spokesperson for Amnesty International UK, told HuffPost UK: “As far as Trump’s call for the death penalty for
President-elect Donald Trump has announced his intention to cease, immediately, the apparently dreadful Obama policy of releasing Guantanamo Bay detainees... The next four years promise to be a fairly dictatorial era in human rights terms. At Reprieve, we believe it is all the more important that we protect the most powerless against the powerful.
President Trump promises to bring back "a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding". Although he likes it "a lot," he does not "think it's tough enough." What the Spanish Inquisition called tormento del agua is, for Donald Trump, "minimal, minimal torture." In other words, he wants to undo all the work that we at my organization Reprieve - and many others - have struggled to carry forward in the years since 9/11.
The five things you need to know on Monday December 14, 2015… 1) GETTING OUR BOJO BACK No.10 is successfully promoting its
Former British-based Guantánamo Bay detainee Shaker Aamer, was flown home last week after being freed from 13 years in captivity
Shaker Aamer is reportedly set to take legal action against the Government following his release. Amir, the last British
Shaker Aamer said he is "overwhelmed" with the support he has received over the last 13 years as he thanked all those who
NEW YORK -- The White House is planning to close controversial detention centre Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according to a spokesman
I reckon that Slahi's diary, for all that it's especially noteworthy because it comes from the barren terrain of Guantánamo incarceration, is also interesting purely because it is a diary, one of the great genres of writing...