the "Torture Debate"...

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goes on ad nauseam, while real people suffer public indifference to extrajudicial detention.

john-yoo.jpgProtesters confront John Yoo, a constitutional law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, as he makes his way to a classroom on Monday, Aug. 17, 2009, in Berkeley, Calif. About 75 demonstrators called for the university to fire Yoo, a former Bush administration attorney, who wrote legal memos used to support harsh interrogation techniques that critics say constituted torture. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

August 16 marks John Yoo's return to the classroom. Mark your calendars now, and resolve to end Christopher Edley's abdication of responsibility to protect the ethical integrity of Berkeley Law. Join World Can't Wait and other advocates raising their voices to insist on investigation of criminal activity by a member of the Boalt Hall faculty.

Community speak-out
UC Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall) steps
Monday August 16, 2010

  • Press Conference 12 Noon
  • Procession Against Torture and Complicity begins 12:30

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