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Tag Archives: Guantanamo Bay
Among the types of violence that Steven Pinker designates as “rare to non-existent in the west” is that chilling form of inhumanity, torture. Yet the western nation in which he lives and writes, the United States, seems up to its eyeballs in the perpetration of the dirty … Continue reading
January 12, 2012, is the 10th anniversary of the day when terrorism suspects were subjected to indefinite incarceration in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, generally in the absence of any charges or trial. U.S. authorities admit to the detention of 779 detainees, … Continue reading