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March 19, 2015, New York – In response to the ruling by a federal judge today agreeing with the City’s proposal that the New York City police unions be consulted during the Joint Reform Process resulting from the Center for… Read More >>
March 5, 2015, Paris/Berlin/New York – Today, at an appeals hearing at the Chambre de l’instruction de la Cour d’appel de Paris, the attorney for former Guantánamo detainees Nizar Sassi and Mourad Benchellali, William Bourdon, challenged an… Read More >>
March 4, 2015, New York – Esteemed professor and intellectual Dr. Cornel West has cancelled a high-profile lecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in support of a boycott of the university over the firing of Professor Steven Salaita.… Read More >>
February 19, 2015, Chicago – Today, attorneys from the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) urged a federal court to dismiss a terrorism indictment against two animal rights activists alleged to have freed thousands of animals from Midwestern fur farms. The… Read More >>
February 18, 2015, Washington D.C. – Today, the U.S. Court of Military Commission Review (CMCR) vacated former Guantánamo prisoner David Hicks’s conviction in the military commissions for providing material support for terrorism. Hicks was the first prisoner to be convicted in… Read More >>
February 12, 2015, Oakland – Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) urged a federal judge to expand a class action lawsuit challenging prolonged solitary confinement in California prisons to include prisoners who were moved from the Security Housing Unit… Read More >>
February 6, 2015, Alexandria, VA – Today, four Iraqi victims tortured at the infamous Abu Ghraib prison urged a federal district court to reject attempts by private military contractor CACI Premier Technology, Inc. (CACI) to have their lawsuit for the… Read More >>
Report: Recidivism on the rise for former Gitmo detainees A new report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence shows an uptick in the rate of recidivism among former Guantanamo Bay detainees released during…
"Months after failing to scuttle a landmark settlement to reform stop-and-frisk policies, five New York City police unions muscled their way Thursday into playing a limited role on the deal's implementation. ..."
"Photos of Iraqi prisoners tethered to dog leashes and electrical wires dominated the news when they emerged in 2003 and 2004. The abuse scandal centered at the Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad aroused bipartisan shock…
"Twelve years ago today, 23-year-old U.S.
"Prosecutors are not overreaching in using an anti-terrorism statute against young activists accused of releasing thousands of minks from an Illinois fur factory, a federal judge ruled. ..." Read the full piece here.
"Police reform advocates expressed cautious optimism this week over a new set of guidelines for when New York City police officers can stop and frisk people on the street, a reform aimed at reining in…
"It’s stop-and-frisk 101. Cops were given new step-by-step instructions on how and when to conduct stop-and-frisks, the Daily News has learned. ..." Read the full piece.