Private Sean Benton was just 20 years old when he died at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey. He had five bullet wounds to the chest. Now, more than two decades later, … Continued
Because of human rights, states can’t use ‘deep interrogation’ techniques, the presumption of innocence must be upheld and everyone must have access to justice, including legal aid in some cases.
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Abu Qatada was at risk of being prosecuted using evidence obtained by torture, contrary to his to a fair trial. He was eventually deported after Jordan amended its constitution to stop the use of torture evidence.