fix articles 49117, extradition
Extrdition Now and Then (tags)
The looming extradition of Julian Assange reminds us of a similar case in San Francisco 25 years ago.
Washington Wages War on International Soccer (tags)
Russians Traveling Abroad Risk Lawless US Abduction (tags)
Kangaroo Court Justice for Hassan Diab (tags)
Temper Tantrum Politics (tags)
Do US Prisons Violate European Human Rights Law? --Interview w/ Hamja Ahsan & Aviva Stahl (tags)
An important ruling is expected early in September from the European Court of Human Rights, regarding whether or not US prisons respect human rights enough for the UK to extradite ‘war on terror' suspects to the US. We interview activist/journalist Aviva Stahl from CagePrisoners.com alongside Hamja Ahsan, the brother of Talha Ahsan, one of the appellants that will be seriously affected by the September ruling, imprisoned since 2006.
Baghdadi Mahmoudi Faces Torture and Death in Libya (tags)
Professor Hassan Diab: Unjustly Victimized (tags)
War, Prisons, and Torture in the US & UK --An interview with Richard Haley (tags)
We launched "Stop Isolation" because the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) is considering the appeals of four British citizens--Babar Ahmad, Syed Tahla Ahsan, Haroon Rashid Aswat, and Abu Hamza--against extradition to the US to face terrorism charges. The court's long-delayed judgment is expected in the next few months. It will be a landmark in the development of human rights law.
Malacañang ‘open’ to Jocjoc extradition (tags)
Malacañang said it supports the continuation of the investigation of the P728-million fertilizer scam and the extradition of the former Agriculture Undersecretary Jocelyn “Jocjoc” Bolante, who remains detained in a US prison. “Of course, the President is open for the investigation of Jocjoc Bolante. We have nothing to hide,” Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Sergio Apostol said Sunday.
Mexico becomes part of the Amerikan police state! (tags)
Mexico extradites a record 50 fugitives to the U.S. this year
Cuban Lawyer Wary of US Posada Move (tags)
Lawyer and official of the Cuban Foreign Ministry Alejandro García del Toro denounced that the US is aspiring to give citizenship to international terrorist Luis Posada Carriles, thus favoring his liberation.
Citizenship for Pasada, but not for our companeros? (tags)
Full American citizenship may be granted to terrorist Posada Carriles for his "Honorable Services to the Nation"
ACT NOW - US/UK Extradition Treaty Goes to Hearings TUES. NOV. 15th (tags)
The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee has announced hearings for the proposed US/UK Extradition Treaty. The hearings are to take place TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15th 2005. PLEASE ACT NOW.
Venezuelan Torture Victim Denounces Posada Carriles (PL) (tags)
Extradition of terrorist Luis Posada Carriles now has almost unanimous support in Venezuela, told in the voice of one of his former victims.
FREEDOM TO THE SIX BASQUE NATIONALISTS IMPRISONED IN MEXICO! (tags)
Communiqué from the Asociación Diáspora Vasca inviting you to sign in behalf of the freedom of the six Basques nationalists detained for over a year in Mexico.
US/UK Extradition Treaty – NEW APPEAL (tags)
Israel and the U.S. sign mutual pact to avoid criminal court proceedings. (tags)
Is U.S/Israel guilty of war crimes? Hitler and Mussolini had something like that, didn't they? An agreement to restrict the extradition of their citizens to the International Criminal Court in the Hague is to be signed Sunday by Israel and the United States.
FAIR ACTION ALERT: Op-Ed Echo Chamber: Little Space for Dissent to Military Line (tags)
Following September's terrorist attacks, two leading dailies used their op-ed pages as an echo chamber for the government's official policy of military response. A total of 44 columns in the NY Times and Washington Post clearly stressed a military response, against only two columns stressing non-military solutions. Given the choice between a either military assault or pressing for the extradition and trial of those responsible, a substantial minority either chose extradition (30 percent) or were undecided (16 percent). These people had next to no representation in the op-ed debate.