Saturday, 13 December 2014

Governments red-faced over ‘black site’ expose

US Senate report on CIA torture scheme sparks denials

Thursday, 11 December 2014

Americans Involved in Torture Can Be Prosecuted Abroad

The United States is obliged by international law to investigate its citizens suspected of engaging in torture, but even if it does not, Americans who ordered or carried out torture can be prosecuted abroad, by legal bodies including the International Criminal Court, legal experts say.

New York Times