NLG Past President, Author Marjorie Cohn: Torture, Yoo, "Berkeley Says No to Torture" Week

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On Thursday, October 14, 2010 as part of the "Berkeley Says No to Torture" week, past president of the National Lawyers Guild and renowned author Marjorie Cohn will be part of a panel: Forum on Torture and the Law, Torture and Human Rights moderated by retired CIA officer turned political activist Ray McGovern. Marjorie Cohn's books include Cowboy Republic: Six Ways the Bush Gang Has Defied the Law, Rules of Disengagement: The Politics and Honor of Military Dissent, Cameras in the courtroom: television and the pursuit of justice and the soon to be released The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration, and Abuse. Read Marjorie Cohn's articles at: After Downing Street, Alter Net, Atlantic Free Press, Buzz Flash, Common Dreams, CounterPunch, Foreign Policy in Focus, Global Research, The Huffington Post, Jurist, Monthly Review, MWC News, OpEdNews, Portside, Truthdig, Truthout, Znet (Zmag)

GUANTANAMO BAY AND INTERROGATION RULES, May 6, 2008 House Judiciary Committee Judiciary: Legal scholars testified about the detention to terror suspects by the U.S., treatment of detainees, and legal opinions received by the Bush administration on interrogation methods for detainees...

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