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"Thousands" Illegally Rendered By Bush Administration for Interrogation, Torture

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posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 09:56 PM
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"Thousands" Illegally Rendered By Bush Administration for Interrogation, Torture


www.globalresearch.ca

November 29, 2007
Massachusetts School of Law Report

In violation of international and U.S. law, “thousands” of alleged terrorists have been victims of “extraordinary rendition” by the Bush Administration since 9/11, two legal scholars say. “Instead of working to bring those committing crimes against the United States to justice in U.S. courts, the Bush Administration seems intent on doing exactly the opposite---keeping such individuals away from U.S. courts, hidden in a web of secret prisons, underground interrogation cells, and in the hands of cooperative governments,” write Margaret Satterthwaite and Angela Fisher. Satterthwaite is an assistant professor of clinical law at NYU School of Law and Fisher served as assistant research scholar with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice.
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posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 09:56 PM
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Just where are they holding these people?
It must be in some far out remote areas and place like guantanamo could only just be a diversionary cover and the tip of the ice burg.

We are all becoming aware of the smallest things that can get you arrested, like saying the word 'bomb' in almost any location, or for carrying a gun you legaly own and have the right to carry.

The police state seems to be growing faster and deeper into our societies than we can keep up with.

I feel for anyone held in these methods, be they guilty or not. It's not right and it's not fair and if true, just shows the extent to which the 'powers that be' are going to to control our lives.

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