Archive for ‘November, 2012’

Autopsy Report Claims Guantanamo Prisoner Adnan Latif Committed Suicide

Autopsy Report Claims Guantanamo Prisoner Adnan Latif Committed Suicide

The manner of death has been ruled a suicide, the cause of death has not yet been disclosed. The list of unanswered questions grows. Truthout has obtained the results of the autopsy on Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif, but the long-awaited report on the mysterious September death of the Guantanamo Bay detainee raises more questions than […]

Former EPA Officials: Why Hasn’t The Justice Department Indicted BP’s Top Executives?

Former EPA Officials: Why Hasn’t The Justice Department Indicted BP’s Top Executives?

Is a record $4.5 billion fine, guilty pleas to 14 charges and the indictment of three employees enough of a deterrent to stop “serial environmental criminal” BP from placing profits before safety? If history is any guide, Scott West believes the answer is a resounding, “No.” West is a former veteran special agent-in-charge at the Environmental Protection […]

Where’s the “Pathway” For Closure Of Guantanamo?

Where’s the “Pathway” For Closure Of Guantanamo?

Last Friday, November 9, Elisa Massimino, President and CEO of Human Rights First (HRF), hosted a press call with retired Rear Admiral Don Guter. HRF, along with a number of other human rights and legal groups, are calling upon President Barack Obama to fulfill his January 2009 pledge to close Guantanamo’s detention facility. Admiral Guter […]

Adnan Latif Autopsy Report Ready: Public Resolution Into Death of Guantanamo Prisoner Endures

Adnan Latif Autopsy Report Ready: Public Resolution Into Death of Guantanamo Prisoner Endures

Originally published on Truthout. EXCLUSIVE: Long-awaited answers to the mysterious death of man detained for more than a decade at Guantanamo may reside in an autopsy report that apparently won’t be made public anytime soon – if ever. It’s been two months since Yemeni prisoner Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif died at the US Naval Base, […]

Anti-Torture Psychologists Respond To Attack From APA Division Chief

Anti-Torture Psychologists Respond To Attack From APA Division Chief

The battle within the American Psychological Association (APA) to bring that organization into line with other human rights groups and attorney organizations in opposing the use of psychological personnel in national security interrogations accelerated last month when a prominent APA official came out strongly against a petition to annul APA’s ethics policy on national security […]

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