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The Shamefully Unfinished Story of the CIA Torture Program

12/09/2015

One year ago, the Senate Intelligence Committee released part of its massive report documenting the brutality and lawlessness of the CIA torture program. Yet 12 months later, those who designed, ordered, and carried out this deliberate and systematic effort to destroy human beings remain – shamefully – unaccountable for their crimes.

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Guantanamo Military Police

American Psychological Association’s First Step Toward Accountability

08/10/2015

When the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives voted Friday morning to rescind its policy allowing psychologists to participate in the interrogation of security detainees, it was a tectonic shift.

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Detainee at Guantánamo

Psychologists Must Stand by their Ethical Obligations

08/11/2014

American psychologists designed and oversaw the brutal regime of interrogation used on detainees in U.S. military custody at Abu Ghraib, Guantánamo Bay, and elsewhere during the U.S. war on terror; but the profession has yet to punish any psychologist who participated in torture or to fully distance itself from this legacy.

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Honoring Victims of Torture Means Repairing Trust in Healers

06/26/2014

Today, UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, marks 27 years since the UN Convention against Torture came into effect.

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Prisoners in a Guantanamo Bay Holding Pen

Failing to Heal: Hunger Strikes in Guantánamo and the Role of Medical Professionals

04/30/2013

In a recently released bipartisan report on detainee treatment at the detention facility in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the Constitution Project’s Expert Task Force devotes a whole chapter to the spectacular failure of medical professionals in GTMO to protect detainees from harm or injustice.

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