Defenders of the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act, which declares the entire world to be a “battlefield” against terrorism and authorizes the U.S. military to detain indefinitely anyone suspected of being a terrorism supporter, have claimed that the White House will only use its new power carefully and with due process. Opponents note that the White House has never hesitated to use any new authority, no matter how outrageous, and that the trend of law enforcement and security agencies is to expand on powers granted, not to rein them in or limit them.Continue reading
When Concentration Camps become an Instrument of “Democracy”: The Railroading of Omar Khadr By Becky Akers, Global Research This time, it’s not just liberty’s lovers excoriating Our Rulers: their persecution of so-called “child-soldier” Omar Khadr has infuriated many international elites, … Continue reading
New York Times, May 5, 2007 Many Detainees at Guant … Continue reading
July 6, 2005 — Hassan Almrei marked Canada Day for the fourth year in a row in his solitary confinement cell at Metro West Detention Centre, where he has been held without charge or bail since October, 2001.
Prisoner ‘A’: no charge, no trial, no conviction and no release date. Welcome to Britain’s war on terror In the first interview with a detainee under the government’s emergency powers, Martin Bright reveals the life of a father trapped in … Continue reading
In the report below, HRW states:
"Haste, incompetence and prejudice played a role in these detentions," said Anjana Malhotra, the report’s author and Aryeh Neier fellow at Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union.
HRW’s above conclusion is highly subjective and attempts to deflect the real reason for these detentions which, according to the Webmaster, had nothing to do with haste, incompetence and prejudice. Their detentions appear to be part of a deliberate policy by the US authorities to maintain the myth that the security of Americans is threatened by Muslim terrorism. It suffices to note the lack of any evidence to support these detentions, the refusal to let the defendants and the press see the evidence, the failure of the US authorities to convict any of these people of terrorist acts or complicity, the silence surrounding the release of these people and the absence of victims of Muslim terrorism in the U.S. to question HRW’s conclusions.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/chronicle/archive/2005/01/02/MNGC7AK2UO1.DTL San Francisco Chronicle U.S. prepares long-term plan for jailing of terror suspectsMore permanent approach sought for indefinite detainment Dana Priest, Washington Post Sunday, January 2, 2005 Washington — Administration officials are preparing long-range plans for indefinitely imprisoning suspected terrorists … Continue reading
http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm COINTELPRO is an acronym for a series of FBI counterintelligence programs designed to neutralize political dissidents. Although covert operations have been employed throughout FBI history, the formal COINTELPRO’s of 1956-1971 were broadly targeted against radical political organizations. In the … Continue reading
The Dickheads Are Still Desperate by J. Orlin Grabbe According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "dickhead" means "a stupid person" as in "But I lost that job, it was alright, I deserved to lose it, I was a dickhead" (A. … Continue reading
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The FBI and the mad bombers … Continue reading
Friday, February 11, 2005 Lynne Stewart Convicted of Collusion with CIA Created Terrorists By Kurt Nimmo The following sends a message on the heels of Ward Churchill’s timely persecution: the attorney Lynne Stewart was convicted yesterday “of helping the mastermind … Continue reading
"We have a common enemy … that’s the biggest criminal gang in the history of the United States, and it’s called the FBI." ? Geronimo ji jaga Geronimo ji jaga’s release after 27 years, imprisoned for a crime he didn’t … Continue reading
FINAL REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE TO STUDY GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS WITH RESPECT TO INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE, 94TH CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, 1976: INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES AND THE RIGHTS OF AMERICANS _______ BOOK II_______ FINAL REPORT OF THE SELECT … Continue reading
Official Misconduct in Indian Country: The U.S. Department of Justice PART 1. COINTELPRO & AIM Most if not all of the tactics identified in exhibit 2 were used against the American Indian Movement in the 1970s. With AIM, however, … Continue reading
Official Misconduct in Indian Country: The U.S. Department of Justice Introduction Source: http://www.peltiersupport.org/Welcome/DOJMisconductIntro.html In recent years, throughout the entire United States, miscarriages of justice have been uncovered at an alarming rate. Many wrongful convictions are the result of simple human … Continue reading
http://www.peltiersupport.org/Welcome/DOJMisconductExhibit1A.html Official Misconduct in Indian Country: The U.S. Department of Justice EXHIBIT 1A: Examples of Official Misconduct at the State & Local Levels Since the late 1990s, the Innocence Project (founded by Barry Scheck & Peter Neufeld) has been responsible … Continue reading