Free Private Manning!

by Gary Wilson on 01-12-2012

It's surreal to see so little coverage in a case about the largest intelligence disclosure in U.S. history. It's not whistleblower Bradley Manning who should be in Court. Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and the other warmongers should stand accused for war crimes, crimes against humanity, crimes against peace and genocide.

Women prisoners have been subjected to torture by electrocution, beatings, and rape by the investigators during interrogation. They had also been raped by the police and by the officers escorting them during the transfer to the women's prison in Baghdad.

طالب مرصد الحريات الصحفية بتحقيق حول كشف ملابسات تعذيب الصحفية صباح حسن والتي تم أتهامها بصورة غير قانونية وتعذيبها بوحشية من قبل قوات المالكي الأمنية

Torturer Lawsuits: Some Good News

by Steve Lendman on 25-11-2012

Two lawsuits against private military contractors (PMCs) offer encouragement. Both were brought under the Alien Tort Statute (ATS). The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) filed them on behalf of tortured and abused plaintiffs.

Iraq's prisons: An inside view

by Huda Al-Saleh and Fahd al-Ziabi on 14-11-2012

During his years in the Iraqi prison system, al-Anzi served time in numerous Iraqi jails including Sousse, Nasiriyah and al-Taji prisons, not to mention the infamous Abu Ghraib prison. In an exclusive interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, al-Anzi reveals the true sectarian nature of Iraq’s prison system, adding that Iranian security forces, specifically the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp [IRGC] interrogated prisoners held in Iraq’s prison system.

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