Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Editorial - Doctors Who Aid Torture -

Jun 7, 2010 ... A physicians' group has raised important questions about the role of doctors in helping the CIA subject terrorism suspects to torture. See NYTimes Editorial here

(See the Readers' Comments following this article - over 230 Comments)

SEE also earlier item re. this NYTimes editorial at FireDogLake dot com

1 comment:

Connie L. Nash said...

Please click the link to add your name to a complaint to the
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Human Research
Protection calling for a full investigation into possible human
experimentation by the CIA:

Please forward this message, and post the link to Facebook and Tweet it.
/On June 7, Physicians for Human Rights released a report that concludes
that the Bush administration may have conducted illegal and unethical
human experimentation and research on detainees in CIA custody. This
research, if proven to have occurred, could violate the Geneva
Conventions, the Common Rule, the Nuremberg Code and other international
and domestic prohibitions against illegal human subject research and
experimentation. /

/Physicians for Human Rights, together with Amnesty International, the
Bill of Rights Defense Committee, the Center for Constitutional Rights,
the Center for Victims of Torture, Human Rights Watch,
International Rehabilatation Council for Torture Victims, the National
Religious Campaign Against Torture, and Psychologists for Social
Responsibility, has filed a complaint based on evidence of CIA
experimentation with the Office of Human Research Protection. The
complaint demands that OHRP launch a full investigation into possible
human experimentation by the CIA. More information:

Thank you for taking action!

Zeke Johnson, Campaigner
Counter Terror With Justice Campaign
Amnesty International USA
5 Penn Plaza, 16th Floor, NY, NY 10001
T 212.633.4256
C 646.853.9779