Outlawed: A Film About Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the “War on Terror”

“Human rights groups and several public inquiries in Europe have found the U.S. government, with the complicity of numerous governments worldwide [including the UK – Ed], to be engaged in the illegal practice of extraordinary rendition, secret detention, and torture.”

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Filed under: Crime, Humanity, Journalism, Law, Military, North America, Politics, UK, World Affairs

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