(Cambridge, Mass.) - Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has determined that a review of the shooting death of American journalist Brad Will conducted by Canadian investigators reiterates previous inaccurate and misleading statements of Mexico's Attorney General Office (PGR).
El Informe de expertos forenses canadienses sobre la muerte del periodista estadounidense en M??xico deja m??s preguntas que respuestas
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) determin?_ que la revisi?_n de la muerte por arma de fuego del video-periodista estadounidense Brad Will, llevada a cabo por investigadores canadienses, reitera declaraciones previas imprecisas y enga??osas de la Procuradur?_a General de la Republica (PGR).
Afghan General Dostum Denies Allegations of Massacre of Taliban Prisoners; Confirms Their Joint Surrender to US and Afghan Forces
Cambridge, MA — "The facts gathered in the Dasht-e-Leili mass grave case contradict General Abdul Rashid Dostum's statement of July 17," stated Physicians for Human Rights Deputy Director Susannah Sirkin.
(Cambridge, MA) — In a letter to President Obama dated July 13, 2009, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) CEO Frank Donaghue called on the President to order a formal inquiry into allegations that previous attempts to investigate a major war crime at Dasht-e-Leili, Afghanistan, were impeded by the Bush Administration.
President Obama Orders National Security Team To Investigate Dasht-e-Leili Massacre and Alleged Cover-Up
President Obama told CNN's Anderson Cooper that he has directed his national security team to look into the 2001 deaths of Taliban prisoners who allegedly were massacred by US-backed forces in Afghanistan. The President stated that the government needs to find out whether actions by the US contributed to possible war crimes.