By Charlie de Rivaz:
Photo by El Zod (http://goo.gl/LhAPoa)
At the end of October, buried deep in the middle pages of the newspapers, was a story about the UK Court of Appeal. The Court had ruled that a Libyan man and his wife could sue British officials for their alleged role in the couple’s kidnapping and ‘extraordinary rendition’ to Gaddafi’s Libya back in 2004, where the man was subsequently tortured.
You might wonder how such a case could end up going all the way to the Court of Appeal. Surely we don’t need the country’s second-highest court to tell us that British officials accused of complicity in kidnapping and torture should face justice, provide some kind of redress, or, at the very least, reveal the truth about what happened?
Well, actually we do. Since the start of the so-called ‘War on Terror’ allegations of torture and complicity in torture against UK…
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