Extraordinary rendition/external articles 2002-2004
The following are external articles related to extraordinary rendition for 2002-2004.
Also see external articles for:
- Duncan Campbell, "US sends suspects to face torture," Guardian (UK), March 12, 2002.
- George B. Newhouse, Jr., "The Long Arm of the Law. The United States has statutory authority to pursue terrorists wherever they may be found throughout the world." "This article appears in the September 2002 edition of Los Angeles Lawyer (Vol. 25, No. 6) and is here reprinted with their permission, ©2002 by the Los Angeles County Bar Association, All Rights Reserved."
- "Maher Arar: statement," CBC News Online, November 4, 2003: "The following statement was read by Maher Arar in Ottawa on November 4, 2003, less than one month after being released from prison in Syria." Maher Timeline, updated October 27, 2005. Also see Maher Arar in the Wikipedia.
- Morton Sklar, "The Blood Doesn't Wash Off. Any U.S. or Canadian official who sends a person to another country to be tortured is guilty of a major criminal offense and liable for damages," Globe & Mail (Canada) (Common Dreams), November 10, 2003.
- Robyn E. Blumner, "Delivering people into the hands of torturers," St. Petersburg Times, November 16, 2003.
- Christopher H. Pyle, "Torture by proxy. How immigration threw a traveler to the wolves," San Francisco Chronicle, January 4, 2004.
- Tom Engelhardt, "'Extraordinary rendition' and other terms of our times," Tom Dispatch, January 6, 2004.
- Matthew Clark, "Preventing 'rendition'. The US and Canada take steps to ensure 'torture-by-proxy' doesn't happen again," Christian Science Monitor, January 13, 2004.
- Kareem Fahim, "The Invisible Men. Canadian inquiry may reveal CIA secrets on outsourcing torture," Village Voice, March 30, 2004.
- Jessica E. Vascallero, "Markey aims to block transfers of suspects," Boston Globe, March 24, 2004.
- Reed Brody, "Prisoners Who Disappear. Ghost Detainees of the United States," International Herald Tribune, October 12, 2004. Special to Human Rights Watch.
- Deborah Pearlstein, "Rewarding Bad Behavior. Months after Abu Ghraib, senior officers implicated are in line for promotions, and the House is pushing to legitimize torture," The American Prospect, October 19, 2004.
- Katherine Hawkins, "Torturous Passage. The House decided not to condone torture -- but that hasn’t stopped it in the past," The American Prospect, October 20, 2004.