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Why was this blog created?

All further in-house efforts to further justice in the US justice system are futile. These efforts are only worthwhile to the degree that they provide additional documentation of the widespread corruption of the US justice system.

Our focus must be on the international community.

In November 2010 the United Nations will review for the first time ever the Human Rights record of the United States. Corruption of the justice system was the core of reports filed by Human Rights Alert and others for the April 2010 deadline.

In August 2010 the US State Department is scheduled to respond on the reports, and in November 2010 the UN will conduct the review session and issue the report, and set goals, which the US would be asked to reach between 2010 and the next scheduled review in 2014.

Between now and November 2010, we must focus on informing and lobbying the nations that sit on the review panel, to ensure that the most effective report is issued.

This blog was created in hope that the French Government would support a UN UPR report that calls upon the US federal government to provide equal protection under the law to all who reside in the United States.

Please call or write your elected representatives. Please ask that the French Government support in November 2010 the issuance of a UPR report by the United Nations, which calls upon the US government to abide by its duties and responsibilities pursuant to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

S'il vous plaît appelez ou écrivez vos représentants élus. S'il vous plaît demander que le soutien du gouvernement français en Novembre 2010, la publication d'un rapport par les Nations Unies, qui invite le gouvernement américain à respecter ses obligations et responsabilités en vertu de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme.

S'il vous plaît signer la pétition - Libérer Richard Fine

RICHARD FINE was arrested on March 4, 2009 and is held since then in solitary confinement in Twin Tower Jail in Los Angeles, California, with no records,  conforming with the fundamentals of the law, as the basis for his arrest and jailing.

Richard Fine - 70 ans, ancien procureur des États-Unis, a montré, que les juges de comté de Los Angeles avait pris «interdit» les paiements (appelé par les médias "pots de vin").Le 20 Février 2009, le gouverneur de Californie a signé «immunités rétroactives" (amnesties) pour tous les juges à Los Angeles. Moins de deux semaines plus tard, le 4 Mars, 2009 Richard Fine a été arrêté en audience publique, sans mandat. Il est détenu depuis en isolement cellulaire à Los Angeles, en Californie. Aucun jugement, condamnation ou la peine n'a jamais été inscrit dans son cas.

S'il vous plaît signer la pétition - Libérer Richard Fine:

Friday, August 13, 2010

10-08-10 Confessions de la torture par des détenus de Guantanamo enfants admis comme preuve ...

Omar Khadr
Omar Khadr, a Canadian, was 15 when he was accused in 2002 of killing a United States soldier in Afghanistan during a battle. He was subsequently imprisoned and interrogated in Afghanistan and at the Guantánamo Bay detention center in Cuba, where he is still held.
Video footage of his interrogation from February 2003 was released by his lawyers on July 14, 2008. It shows Mr. Khadr pleading with a Canadian intelligence agent for help and, at one point, shows him displaying chest and back wounds that had still not healed months after his capture in Afghanistan.

Omar Khadr Navigator

A list of resources from around the Web about Omar Khadr as selected by researchers and editors of The New York Times.




  • Guantanamo’s Child
  • By Michelle Shephard (2008)
The commission has already ruled that confessions made by Khadr which were clearly... statements Khadr made to interrogators because of torture and other abuse. .....Ross Douthat uses his New York Times column today to put what he ...
'Torture' Confessions Allowed
By Al Jazeera
The confessions of Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen charged with terrorism, can be used as evidence in his trial, even though they may have been obtained through torture, a US military judge has ruled. 

Gitmo Trial Puts White House In Tight Spot
By Michael Isikoff National investigative correspondent
Top U.N. official calls defendant a 'child soldier,' says proceedings violate international legal norms. 

Khadr's torture confessions admissible, military judge rules:
Decision to admit statements despite threats of torture dramatically strengthens prosecution's case against Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay

Video: 'Child soldier' Gitmo trial draws criticismhttp://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38634007/ns/us_news-security/#slice-2

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