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UN investigating US drone strike targeted kills PDF Print E-mail
Written by Truth advocate   
Thursday, 25 October 2012 15:54

RT News

The White House defends the deaths of civilians they’ve caused with drone strikes overseas, but as the number of casualties created by the remote-control murder machines perpetually soar, the United Nations says they will soon start an investigation.

Ben Emmerson, the UN special rapporteur on counter-terror operations, told an audience at Harvard law school this week that a sub-section of the international organization will begin focusing next year on the Obama administration’s extrajudicial killings of suspected insurgents and the innocent civilians all too often executed in the process.

Speaking before a room of students Thursday afternoon in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Emmerson told the crowd that he will be launching “an investigation unit within the special procedures of the [UN] Human Rights Council to inquire into individual drone attacks."

According to Emmerson, the probe will be spearheaded by himself and Christof Heyns, the UN’s special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.

The United Nations first called for an investigation into America’s ongoing unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, attacks earlier this summer, asking the US government to “clarify the procedures in place to ensure that any targeted killing complies with international humanitarian law and human rights and indicate the measures or strategies applied to prevent casualties, as well as the measures in place to provide prompt, thorough, effective and independent public investigation of alleged violations.” Months down the road, however, drone strikes remain a regular event in a broadening war overseas, and with it the tally of innocent persons that have perished as a result has only increased.

"If the relevant states are not willing to establish effective independent monitoring mechanisms … then it may in the last resort be necessary for the UN to act,” Emmerson told his audience this week.

Obama Nobel Peace Prize: WHEN WAR BECOMES PEACE PDF Print E-mail
Written by Truth Advocate   
Wednesday, 10 October 2012 08:08

RT News

Three years ago, President Obama was the recipient of the highly prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. At the time, even the president was taken back by the award and he admitted himself that the decision was a controversial one, but since he won the award President Obama has continued to expand the drone program in countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan and under his watch over 1,300 civilians have been killed. Colonel Morris Davis has joined RT News with more on whether Obama is really promoting peace.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 08:20
Guantanamo prisoners interrogated while on drugs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Legal Lady   
Friday, 13 July 2012 09:55

A report released by the Pentagon says that the Department of Defense (DoD) has allowed the use of mind-altering treatments while Guantanamo Bay prisoners were interrogated. According to RT News these drugs were administrated often forcibly against detainees will, even if the reason for the use of the drugs prescribed by doctors was for the purpose of treating diagnosed mental conditions and not for the purpose of interrogation.

The report by the inspector general of the US DoD obtained by under the Freedom of Information Act, found that some Guantanamo inmates were questioned while receiving prescribed psychoactive treatments. The report discloses that there is no evidence that officials at Guantanamo Bay used mind-altering drugs to interrogate prisoners, but lawyers for men held at the U.S. base in Cuba said Thursday that the findings still raise troubling questions, reported AP.

Read Full story and Watch Video: Gitmo prisoners drugged for false confessions

Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 10:28
Drone attacks: ‘Assassination Czar’ Brennan Strategy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Truth Warrior   
Thursday, 24 May 2012 13:32

 President Obama’s Chief counterterrorism advisor John Brennan is in charge of a team to determine who should be targeted for drone attacks and raids.

Most recently he publicly spoke about the drone program calling it moral and ethically justifiable.

The newly revealed procedure for drone attacks means Brennan’s staff consults the Pentagon, the State Department and other agencies before ultimately deciding who will be targeted, while compiling a list of potential targets.

DemocracyNow commented that some officials are concerned over the issue and express doubts to the legitimacy of the decision over "how easy it has become to kill someone" under the administration’s drone strike policy.

In the video below Democracy Now interviewed investigative blogger Marcy Wheeler, who commented: "I think we’re now calling Brennan the 'assassination czar.”

How many US citizens will be targeted for assassination?

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 13:52
Taylor claims ‘conspiracy’ in war crimes trial PDF Print E-mail
Written by Truth Advocate   
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 15:09

Update: International tribunal has sentenced former Liberian President Charles Taylor to 50 years in prison following his conviction on war crimes during Sierra Leone’s civil war. Taylor was found guilty last month of overseeing crimes including murder, rape, conscripting child soldiers and sexual slavery.

Today, Former Liberian President Charles Taylor has said he has “sadness and sympathies” for those who suffered during Sierra Leone's civil war but stopped short of apologizing for the atrocities committed by rebels he armed in exchange for diamonds.

Instead, Taylor told the judges at his sentencing hearing that he was a victim of a “conspiracy” by the US, “paid witnesses” and his actions were “done with honor” to bring peace to the Sierra Leone.


The U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone and convicted him of war crimes and crimes against humanity for having aided and abetted the militias, including acts of terrorism, murder, rape, and the recruitment of child warriors.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 08:44

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