Posts Tagged ‘kidnapping’

A new Amnesty International report displays the sick industry of human trafficking created by Draconian U.S. immigration law. Mariana Sanchez reports of the ‘kidnapping, torture, rape and murder’ at Al Jazeera English (2:54):

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Brian Ross and Matthew Cole broke the story last night on the ABC News website. Their report on “Good Morning America” from Thursday morning (2:51):

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The Obama Administration was “disappointed” with an Italian court convicting 23 Americans—including 22 C.I.A. agents—tried in absentia for the 2003 illegal kidnapping of Osama Mustafa Hassan, a Muslim cleric known as Abu Omar. The imam was shipped to Egypt, held without charges and tortured until his release in 2007. Writer, historian and radio host Webster Tarpley discusses the significance with Cedric Moon at Russia Today (5:49):

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The U.S. and U.K made extensive use of Uzbekistan’s the torture regime in its extraordinary rendition program, Craig Murray says, exporting interrogations to a country that “left the Soviet Union in order to maintain the Soviet system” of Gulag oppression.

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AntiWar Radio host Scott Horton interviews David Vine, author of Island of Shame: The Secret History of the U.S. Military Base on Diego Garcia, the most illuminating book I’ve read all year and the 2004 documentary by John Pilger, Stealing a Nation.

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Freedomain Radio host Stefan Molyneux’s response to yesterday’s post: “Obama, Corruption and Guns” (23:37): (more…)