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Since 2002, the prison at Guantánamo Bay has become an enduring symbol of injustice. It stands for torture, abuse and indefinite detention without charge or trial.
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Letter by Saifullah Paracha reacting to the news that it costs $13 million a year to keep him in Guantánamo.
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Clive spoke with Marita Maharaj after she found out Kris's day in court was delayed indefinitely.
The latest on Kris Maharaj's case, by Clive Stafford Smith
We've just had some incredibly exciting news on the case of Kris Maharaj, the Brit who has already spent 33 unjust years in Florida's prison system for a murder he did not commit.
Byson Kaula was carrying a sick employee down some stairs to help him to the bath and slipped. When Byson slipped, that man fell and died. Because Byson slipped, he was sentenced to death.
Egypt’s current regime has overseen more than 144 executions and handed preliminary death sentences to more than 2,400 people. Ten of these were children.
The commutation of his death sentence to 15 years imprisonment is an important step – but it is not justice.
He was sentenced to death in a mass trial of 545 people.
This information is an invaluable resource to defendants and their families, human rights defenders, the legal community and the media – and a wake-up call for the international community.
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