Nearly 30 years ago, the federal courts had to place limits on New York City police surveillance to protect law-abiding citizens who happened to be politically engaged on civil rights and other issues.
The Obama administration is discussing the expansion of its drone program into Algeria and other countries in northwest Africa, according to media reports.
Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Couch truly believed Mohamedou Ould Slahi was guilty. He also believed that Slahi's interrogators had broken the law — tormenting him physically and sexually, and threatening the gang-rape of his mother.
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba -- The official in charge of the sound system at the Guantanamo Bay war crimes tribunal says the microphones have been changed to address fears of defense lawyers that private conversations are being monitored.
The US prosecuted Omar Khadr in Guantánamo for not being a lawful combatant. Exactly the same applies to the civilian CIA
February 11, 2013 "Raw Story" - -A former chief prosecutor for the Guantanamo Bay prison facility sounded off on both President Barack Obama’s administration’s use of drone strikes and the apparent acceptance of the practice by the American people.
MIAMI — Testifying via video from Pakistan, a man accused by the U.S. of conspiring with an elderly Miami-based Muslim cleric to funnel thousands of dollars to Taliban terrorists insisted Monday the money was for innocent purposes, including a potato chip factory run by the cleric's son-in-law.
A cut media feed during a pre-trial hearing exposes the paranoia and confusion surrounding military commissions
MOSCOW -- Russian police detained nearly 300 Muslims from several countries in Saint Petersburg as part of a probe into suspected calls to terrorism.
Earlier this week, NBC News revealed a secret Department of Justice memo entitled “Lawfulness of a Lethal Operation Against a U.S. Citizen Who Is a Senior Operational Leader of Al-Qa’ida or An Associated Force.”
Federal agents arrested a California man Friday morning in a terror sting after he allegedly tried to detonate a car bomb at an Oakland bank as part of a Taliban plot.
Minister transfers powers to consider last-minute representations on human rights grounds to high court
Abu Zubaydah has become the latest terror suspect to launch a complaint at the European Court of Human Rights after claiming he was imprisoned at a CIA prison in Poland.
Through utilisation of the federal No-Fly list, authorities are increasingly subjecting individuals to de facto exile.
Palau was to be a temporary home for six detainees from China’s Muslim minority group while negotiations continued to find a permanent country of refuge. They’re still here.
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