Human Rights Watch: torture and mistreatment have been a deliberate part of the Bush administration’s counterterrorism strategy


Human Rights Watch said yesterday that new evidence demonstrated that torture and mistreatment have been a deliberate part of the Bush administration’s counterterrorism strategy, undermining the global defense of human rights. U.S. partners such as Britain compounded the lack of human rights leadership by trying to undermine critical international protections.

This analysis is contained in their: Human Rights Watch World Report 2006

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