Friday, October 15, 2010

AAFIA interview // Torture Doc back // Detainee Issues and Related

I decided to leave the URL's as they are for easy copy/pasting/sending...

Sunday, October 17 Sunday noon central interview & to be archived:
Elaine Whitfield Sharp - one of the lawyers representing political prisoner Aafia Siddiqui, sentenced on September 23 to 86 years imprisonment for alleged crimes... In March 2003, home visiting her family in Karachi, Pakistan, she was abducted, secretly detained, and brutally tortured and abused for years in US custody. Her story is painful, horrific, ongoing, and will be discussed on air. With Stephen Lendman

EU to review Macedonia's Role in Extraordinary Rendition - ACLU

Several on Omar Khadr and on Military Commissions (The don't teach us this in law school)

Earlier interview with Omar's sister

The Cuban Five and US Rights Abuses October 15 2010:

"Torture Doc" - Seligman again:

Physicians for Human Rights Calls for Pentagon Inspector General ...
Oct 14, 2010 ... Physicians for Human Rights Calls for Pentagon Inspector General Inquiry into Alleged “No-Bid” Contract to Dr. Martin Seligman ...

Psychologists and Torture—By Scott Horton (Harper's Magazine)
Oct 15, 2010 ... The group has called for a full investigation of Seligman's relationship to the torture programs and of his no-bid contract with the Defense ...


Updated on Milan Appeals

Earlier Summary/ Condensed Interview with wife of Abou Elkassim Bitel:

Earlier Related Amnesty and ACLU Reports (on Bitel):
Aafia interview // Rendition // Torture Doc back // Abou Elkassim Bitel // Bagram Abuse and more...

Site to free Abou Elkassim Bitel

Afghan detainees claim US abuse

Abuse in Bagram

New Claims contradict US Military Denial (of abuse in Bagram) See also on this site item referring to Soros' site

See earlier related items

Secret prisons at Bagram Air Force Base include the "Dark Prison" and "Salt Pit. .. The paper said Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have compiled

Moazzam Begg interview on Pakistan TV

Andy Worthington's latest is about detainees captured in Pakistan and still in Gitmo

As always, keep watching (better sign up for) No More Guantanamos:

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