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Legal Opinion Needed? Consult a Psychologist


The newly released report by the Department of Justice's Office of Professional Responsibility shows not only that John Yoo and Jay Bybee created disgracefully flawed legal analysis but also that they tried to justify that reasoning by using bad science.

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PHR Research on Impact of Torture on Detainees Used in Brief to Support Findings of Involuntary Confession in Domestic Death Penalty Case


In recent years, Physicians for Human Rights has done considerable research on the impact of psychological torture techniques used by US personnel on terrorist suspect detainees. Now, that work is being put to an important new use in the context of the deplorable treatment of a domestic inmate.

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Close Gitmo and Close the Torture Loopholes


In today's New York Times, former Air Force interrogator Matthew Alexander highlights a problem that most Americans have missed: The Obama Administration has not fully outlawed abusive interrogation techniques.

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Video: Health Professionals Involved Throughout CIA Interrogations


Washington Director, John Bradshaw, was recently interviewed by PressTV about PHR's new report, "Aiding Torture: Health Professionals Ethics and Human Rights Violations Demonstrated in the May 2004 CIA Inspector General's Report. A team of PHR doctors authored the white paper, which details how the CIA relied on medical expertise to rationalize and carry out abusive and unlawful interrogations.

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Sri Lankan Government Coaching Burmese Junta?


Remember the calamitous end to Sri Lanka's 26-year-long civil war back in May? Some 16,700 non-combatants were wounded and several thousand more were killed during the final onslaught.

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