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Rendition/torture: documents, memo and ruling expose UK Govt role as more cases line up

Recently we published details of how MI6 and MI5 colluded with the Gaddafi regime in rendition and torture programmes (see links at end of article). New documents have now come to light, providing further evidence of this collusion (and details of the torture carried out). 2,856 more words


The American era of torture

Having just read Ali Soufan’s 2011 book, “The Black Banners,” I am more convinced than ever that our government’s era of torturing “terrorists” was not about seeking accurate information.   326 more words

Political Stew

I Don't Care by 2NE1 (Rendition)

About the Rendition

It was also the former program Lokomoko at TV5 who had rendered it before. Some of their renditions will be used, in addition to renditions performed by the author to suit the rendition with the original song. 462 more words


Nobody by Wonder Girls (Rendition)

You may play this video while reading the following contents. Enjoy the rendition of Nobody (Wonder Girls) by TweetNewscaster!

(Note: For the full song, you may proceed directly to 2:01) 363 more words


Bush Era Renditions: A Portrait of Deception

Today, the term Extraordinary Rendition is used exclusively  to describe one type of extra-legal transfer employed by the United States in the “War on Terror.”  Under this program, individuals caught by U.S. 318 more words


Reprieve: per evidence - despite denials - CIA held prisoners in Lithuania

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For immediate release: Friday Jan 16, 2015

New evidence shows CIA held prisoners in Lithuania

New analysis and previously unpublished documents released by legal charity Reprieve show that the CIA held prisoners in Lithuania in 2005 and 2006, contrary to official denials. 276 more words

Bleeding the Truth Out

Eesha Irfan – Department of Science and Technology

The nature of humans is such that we strive for a sense of security. A safe atmosphere allows people to operate productively leading to high ambitions for society. 965 more words