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Entries by Human Rights First from 11/2010

Wikileaks Iraq documents raise critical questions

| Posted 11.02.2010 | World
Read More: Wikileaks, World News

Gabor Rona International Legal Director The trove of Iraq war documents recently made public by Wikileaks underscores several important truths. ...

CIA Misconduct in Peruvian Killing Underlines Inconsistencies--and Problems--in U.S. Policies

| Posted 11.03.2010 | World

By Gabor Rona, International Legal Director Talk about exquisite timing. Two days ago, the New York Times reported on the just-released publication...

"Damn Right" Bush Says He'd OK Torture Again, But Waterboarding Did Not Save Lives According to U.S. Interrogators

| Posted 11.08.2010 | World

When the CIA asked President George W. Bush if they had the authority to waterboard suspected Al Qaeda operative Khalid Sheik Muhammed in 2003, Presid...

Wrong, Wrong and Right on Federal Courts for Terrorism Cases

| Posted 11.22.2010 | World

Gabor Rona International Legal Director There are two distinct camps criticizing the use of federal courts to try terrorism suspects after last week'...

Ghailani Verdict a Victory for American Justice

| Posted 11.23.2010 | Politics

There's been a lot of debate about the recent verdict in the Ahmed Ghailani case, including criticism that federal courts are not capable of prosecuti...

John Yoo, torture architect, remains unerringly wrong on facts and law

| Posted 11.29.2010 | World

Gabor Rona International Legal Director Torture architect Prof. John Yoo had an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal the other day, following the convict...