Friday, October 31, 2008

US Scorecard on Torture ( National Religious Campaign Against Torture)

Congressional Scorecard on Torture


The NRCAT Action Fund Congressional Vote Scorecards may be useful to you as you consider your vote. Our Scorecards rate all incumbent Members of Congress on their torture-related votes. Click here to look up your Members.

Please also share our Scorecards with your friends.

As we've said before -- and as you already know -- the 2008 Elections are crucial to our efforts to end torture.

Thank you for your work to end U.S.-sponsored torture.


Linda Gustitus

Rev. Richard Killmer
Executive Director


Example of what we must stop:

10/31, Carol Rosenberg, Miami (FL) Herald, U.S. rests in al Qaeda propaganda trial

10/31, Robert Nozick, Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch, Our Next President Is Sure to Improve on This Record

10/30, Yolanne Almanzar, New York Times, Son of Ex-President of Liberia Is Convicted of Torture

10/30, Eric Lichtblau, New York Times, Inquiry Targeted 2,000 Foreign Muslims in 2004

10/30, William Glaberson, New York Times, Questioning 'Dirty Bomb' Plot, Judge Orders U.S. to Yield Papers on Detainee

10/30, Carol Rosenberg, Miami (FL) Herald, Navy judge refuses to resentence bin Laden driver

10/30, Derek Gatopoulo, Miami (FL) Herald, Amnesty seeks Guantánamo closure after U.S. election

Find links to these and MUCH more at Bill of Rights Defense Committee dot org

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