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DoD Confirms Forced Use of Psychoactive Drugs on Detainees

07/13/2012

A recently declassified report by the Pentagon’s Inspector General confirms concerns raised years ago by PHR that health professionals administered mind-altering drugs to detainees in Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay, and elsewhere without their consent and without telling them which medications they were receiving.

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How the US Rendered, Tortured and Discarded One Innocent Man

The Nation
06/29/2012

In fall 2009, I found myself in a Tanzanian hotel lobby, sitting across from Suleiman Abdallah, a lanky man with a goofy smile and a broken tooth. Over the next few days, he would describe in excruciating detail how he had been captured in Mogadish in 2003 by a Somali warlord and handed over to American officials, who had him rendered via Kenya and Djibouti to Afghanistan for five years of detention and torture.

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We're Still Accused by Those We've Tortured

CATO.org
06/06/2012

Nat Hentoff of the CATO Institute questions the Obama administration's commitment to stopping enhanced interrogation methods at Guantánamo Bay. A US Court rules that documents containing information regarding interrogation methods can be kept secret.

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Fighting for the Forgotten

Yin Radio
04/14/2012

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 a 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.

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Kristine Huskey

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PHR Experts to Speak at Law Conference on Refugee Crises

03/29/2012

Still Waiting for Tomorrow: The Law and Politics of Unresolved Refugee Crises (pdf), a conference in Boston that will explore the scope and consequences of global refugee crises as well as potential policy responses to these crises, will feature PHR experts.

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