Man mistaken by U.S. officials for terrorist wins human rights case

Man mistaken by U.S. officials for terrorist wins human

The European Court of Human Rights, pictured, ruled that Khaled el-Masri was mistaken for a terrorist and abducted by officials acting on behalf of the U.S. government.

In ‘kill list’ case, judge questions government’s

In that case, however, U.S. officials publicly disclosed beforehand that Awlaki was the first U.S. citizen added to a list of terrorism suspects subject to lethal a human rights group based in

Convicted terrorist wins new round in human rights battle

Oct 10, 2014 · A Muslim man who attended two terrorist training camps and went to meetings at the home of a «fanatical Islamist» has used human rights laws …

Kim Dotcom Wins Human Rights Tribunal Case Over Kiwi

Mar 26, 2018 · Kim Dotcom Wins Human Rights Tribunal Case Over Kiwi Government Withholding Info Dotcom also suggests that government officials have destroyed the information he is for U.S …

Mistaken as terrorist, Punjab man tortured, deported from

Now a Chandigarh-based NGO, Global Human Rights Council (GHRC), has come to his aid and registered a complaint with the general secretary of United Nations in the case. “This is an example of sheer violation of human rights.

The case against human rights | Eric Posner | News | The

The case against human rights not as a matter of official policy, but as a matter of practice. As was so often the case during the cold war, the conflict was zero-sum. Either you supported

Europe Court Finds Violation in C.I.A. Rendition – The New

Dec 14, 2012 · BERLIN — A German man who was mistaken for a terrorist and abducted nine years ago won a measure of redress on Thursday when the European Court of Human Rights ruled that his rights had been

Canada Awards Confessed Terrorist $10 Million and an

This wasn’t a case of mistaken identity or wrongful imprisonment. Omar Khadr admitted to killing an American soldier — but was still awarded $10.5m by Canada’s supreme court, and an official apology by the Canadian government, for violating his civil rights.