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Join PHR for a Public Forum: "When the State Makes Demands"


Boston Area Readers: PHR Invites You to a Public Forum.

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Doctors at Guantánamo Neglected Evidence of Torture


In an article published yesterday by PLoS Medicine, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) experts showed that medical doctors and mental health personnel at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, neglected or concealed medical evidence of torture and ill treatment including bone fractures, lacerations, and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Rough Justice for Immigration Detention System's Victims


Last week brought good news to the family of Francisco Castañeda, the former immigration detainee who died of cancer that detention health authorities failed to diagnose and treat.

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Rumsfeld Denies Systematic Torture in New Memoir


As we know from internal memos and the work of investigative journalists, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld authorized torture under the guise of “enhanced interrogation techniques,” violating both international and domestic laws.? But Rumsfeld’s memoir, released today, tells a different story.

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Science Article Shows Flawed Science Justified Enhanced Interrogation Techniques


Today’s issue of the journal Science includes an article by PHR experts which outlines how the Bush administration relied on flawed science to justify the use of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (EITs).

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