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President Obama's administration has dropped any attempts to prosecute those responsible for the torture of prisoners during the presidency of George W. Bush. Will any US personnel ever face criminal charges over the abuse of prisoners? Anti-Torture Program Director Kristine Huskey discusses this question on Al Jazeera's Inside Story.
Kristine Huskey appeared on the Arabic-language program, Alyoum ("Today"), to discuss the legal and political issues around torture of individuals in detention. The interview with Kristine begins at the 5:45 mark. Please NOTE: this hour-long program is in Arabic.
Mercedes Ruehl, Martha Davis, and Kristine Huskey read "Manner of Death: Homicide," excerpts from autopsy reports of detainees held in U.S. custody in Iraq and Afghanistan, December 2002 to November 2004.
Mercedes Ruehl and Kristine Huskey read "George Tenet on 60 Minutes: We Don't Torture," the transcript of former CIA Director George Tenet's interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley, April 29, 2007.
As director of PHR's anti-torture program and as an attorney for Guantanamo Bay detainees, Kristine Huskey has been fighting for basic human rights and social justice since a few months after 9/11, when she took on her first clients. In this Yin Radio interview, Huskey talks about her work and how she manages to stay with it amid the worst of what human beings are capable of.