Thursday, October 25, 2007

US Justice Dept Still Won't Admit Its Mistake

I apologize for the delay in update you on the case of Maher Arar. There are so many things happening in the world but I am still watching this very closely.

Maher Arar received a public apology from U.S. lawmakers on 10/18 for being detained by the U.S. and deported to Syria, where he was tortured and interrogated on false terrorism allegations but the US Justice Department still refuses to do the right thing.

The following video is the full hearing on Mr. Arar's case and the issue of extraordinary rendition

If you agree that the Justice Dept. should formally apologize to Maher Arar and end the practice of extraordinary rendition, please sign this petition

This should have never happened in America and should never happen again.

Related posts:

Muslim Canadian citizen Was Falsely Accused, Detained and Tortured

Update On Canadian Citizen Tortured And Falsely Accused Of Terrorrism

Update On The False Arrest & Torture of Maher Arar

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