Not only is Guantanamo Bay an illicit torture and concentration camp for alleged terrorists, but numerous legitimately recognized legal scholars have called into question the continued acceptance for the US government to still be occupying its military enclave there. 630 more words
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This is really hard to read. The cruelty is astonishing. Here are some excerpts.
The full report can be read at the link. In one of the Interrogation Manuals it states ‘ Mysterious changes in treatment ‘ as a technique. 9 more words
You might think it’s torture to listen to an entire Red Hot Chili Peppers album, which is exactly what the U.S. government had in mind when they played the mofo-party-funk band’s songs to prisoners at Guantánamo Bay. 157 more words
At Guantánamo Bay, the wheels of justice turn not so much slowly, as seldom. Twelve and a half years after 9/11, the five men accused of planning and launching the attack are in pretrial hearings at a military tribunal there. 293 more words
Red Hot Chili Peppers Drummer Chad Smith has Expressed his Disgust at U.S. Authorities for Allegedly Using the Band's Music to Torment Detainees at Guantanamo Bay
A collection of the top human rights stories from around the world for the week commencing 7th April 2014.
- The UN Security Council voted to send 12,000 peacekeepers to the Central African Republic as the bloodshed continued with the UN chief Ban Ki-moon warning of “ethno-religious cleansing”: … 384 more words