EU-US: "Torture By Proxy, International and Domestic Law Applicable to Extraordinary Renditions"

Report by Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, New York University (pdf). Outlines how Extraordinary Rendition violates international human rights, humanitarian, refugee and criminal law. It also identifies the responsibilities of States to not collude in the practice of Extraordinary Rendition by other States. "States are on notice that Extraordinary Renditions have been carried out in Europe," warns Professor Meg Satterthwaite, Director of CHRGJ. "Under human rights law, they must now take steps to end cooperation with these wrongful acts."


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