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WATCH: Fourteen Days in May – full documentary

Telling the true story of the countdown to an execution in Mississippi on 20th May 1987. Watch it now online.

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Blair's Comments Underscore Need For Independent Belhaj Inquiry

Former PM denies knowledge of Abdul Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar rendition. Only a full inquiry can get to the truth

MPs and Peers: “Kris Maharaj is innocent, and must be freed.”

100 MPs and Peers support Kris Maharaj. Floria court argues evidence of innocence is not relevant 

Post Mortem - the execution of Edward Earl Johnson

On May 20, 1987, just before midnight, I was sitting in the witness area of the Mississippi Gas Chamber watching someone die... by Clive Stafford Smith, founder of Reprieve

WATCH: Fourteen Days in May - full documentary

Telling the true story of the countdown to an execution in Mississippi on 20th May 1987. Written and directed by Paul Hamann

Exposed - UK taxpayers fund Bahrain torture and death penalty

Over £5 million in UK assistance while executions resumed, the number of men on death row has tripled, and peaceful protesters have been abducted, tortured and sentenced to death

TAKE ACTION: How the UK government can make sure torture mistakes are never repeated

Our torture rules are being rewritten behind closed doors - here's how we stop it... Bella Sankey, Deputy Director of Reprieve

BREAKING: Prime Minister apologises for UK role in abduction, torture and rendition of Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar

An unprecedented war on terror apology for UK's role in “harrowing experiences" of rendition and torture victims

Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar

The story behind today's apology for UK's role in abduction, torture and rendition of Libyan dissident and his pregnant wife

BREAKING: Trump transfers first detainee out of Guantánamo

This just shows that the only way to get out now is to plead guilty, whether it is coerced and involuntary or not. Reaction from Reprieve's founder Clive Stafford Smith

My client is held indefinitely in Guantánamo - we have simply failed to let him go

Towfiq’s continued detention reflects one of the most important due process, national security, and human rights issues of our time. By Shelby Sullivan-Bennis, Reprieve Guantanamo attorney 

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