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Amnesty International, November 2001
Memorandum to the US Attorney General ?
Amnesty International?s concerns relating to the post 11 September investigations
More than 1,100 people, mainly non-US nationals, have been taken into custody in the USA
during the investigations into the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 11
September 2001. Many of them have reportedly been held under new government powers to
detain people for questioning for an extended period before being presented to a court. Very
little public information has been made available to date regarding the details of these
detentions and information on some cases has been sealed through court orders. It is unclear
at present exactly how many people remain in custody, although it is believed that hundreds
may still be detained. Sources have indicated that only a small number of these individuals
are being held as ?material witnesses? and it remains unclear as to whether any-one has yet
been charged in connection with the 11 September attacks. Many of the detainees are
reported to be held on federal, state or local criminal charges unrelated to the attacks, or are
detained because of alleged immigration violations.
Amnesty International recognizes the government?s obligation to take all necessary
measures to investigate the crimes of 11 September and protect national security. However,
the organization is concerned that the government may be violating its equal obligation to
ensure that any such measures include safeguards for the protection of the fundamental rights
of those arrested or detained. Under international law, even in states of emergencies, certain
basic rights may not be suspended, including the right of every person not to be subjected to
arbitrary detention, torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or discrimination
on the grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion or social origin. Other rights which
may not be suspended include the right of everyone charged with a criminal offence to be
presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law, and certain fair trial rights under
international humanitarian law, which must be respected even in times of armed conflict.
Over 300 ?terrorist? suspects are reported to have been detained in other countries
since 11 September at the behest of the US authorities. Amnesty International is urging the
US Government to promote and protect international human rights standards in the
investigation of these cases too. It is further calling on the US government to fully respect
all relevant safeguards if it intends to seek the extradition of any of these individuals. In
addition, the organization reiterates its opposition to the proposed military tribunals to try
foreign nationals accused of links to ?international terrorism?.
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