Monthly Archives: January 2015

Sabir K. wil uitlevering voorkomen
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Dutch Court Refuses to extradite Sabir K. to United States Because of U.S. Torture / Uitlevering Sabir K. aan VS verboden door Nederlands Hof

Uitlevering Sabir K. aan de Verenigde Staten opnieuw verboden Den Haag , 20-1-2015 In het kort geding tussen Sabir K. en de Staat over de voorgenomen uitlevering van Sabir K. aan de Verenigde Staten oordeelt de kortgedingrechter dat de uitlevering onrechtmatig is. Reden daarvoor is dat nog altijd onvoldoende duidelijkheid bestaat over de mogelijke betrokkenheid…

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Amnesty International (20 January 2015) : complicit governments in Europe must act in wake of US Senate torture report

SOURCE European governments that cooperated with the CIA’s secret detention, interrogation, and torture operations as part of the USA’s global “war on terror” must act urgently to bring those responsible to justice following a US Senate report containing new details said Amnesty International in a new briefing paper today. “Breaking the conspiracy of silence: USA’s…

Thomson prison
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USA : NO to new Federal Supermax Prison at Thomson

“The Obama Administration’s 2014 budget request for the Department of Justice, released this week, confirms that the federal government will open a second ultra-secure supermax prison within the next two years. The new prison will be an “Administrative Maximum U.S. Penitentiary.” Administrative Maximum is a security classification currently held only by the notorious ADX Florence in Colorado, where…

Waiting for Fahd: one family’s hope for life beyond Guantanamo
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Waiting for Fahd: one family’s hope for life beyond Guantanamo

The heartrending documentary “Waiting for Fahd,” tells the story of CCR client Fahd Ghazy, a Yemeni national unlawfully detained at Guantánamo since he was 17 and who is now 30. Through moving interviews with his beloved family in Yemen, “Waiting for Fahd” paints a vivid portrait of the life that awaits a man who, despite…

Agressions-prisons
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Après les aggressions en 2013 contre les gardiens de prison en Belgique : le plaidoyer pour “une infrastructure de haute sécurité pour détenus dangéreux”

“…Aux yeux de Serge De Prez (CSC), ce qu’il manque toujours en Wallonie, c’est une infrastructure de haute sécurité pour détenus dangereux; celle de Lantin ayant été détruite. Il s’explique: « Les nouvelles prisons de Leuze-en-Hainaut et de Marche n’ont pas de quartier de haute sécurité, alors qu’on sait qu’il y a des détenus difficiles…

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