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Letters  The Guardian, Friday 15 February 2013 21.00 GMT

Your letter about the plight of Alfie Meadows and Zak King (11 February) makes the point that justice delayed is justice denied. The same applies to the thousand people whose statements to the high court claim that UK forces in Iraq murdered, tortured and sexually abused Iraqis "in an orgy of sadism, outlawed...

REFUSING TO KILL IS NOT A CRIME!

_original.jpgInternational Days of Action – 19-20 March
DEFEND BRADLEY MANNING

DEMONSTRATION AT THE US EMBASSY,
Grosvenor Square, London W1
(Marble Arch or Bond Street Tube)...

The UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT) which Guyana ratified on the 19th May 1988 defines torture as:

any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining information or a confession….or punishing him for an act he or...

Guyana, Antiwar

British Refusenik L/Cpl Joe Glenton was told by a military court that he must remain in detention at Colchester military prison awaiting trial for desertion, unless he agreed to keep silent. He was arrested early November after speaking out against the presence of troops in Afghanistan. He risks up to 10 years prison for desertion and other charges. More Information on...

Panel of International Gathering; The struggle against poverty, war & occupation

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UK, Antiwar