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On the 14th November, the Inter-American Commission will hear testimony from witnesses to the 1992 massacre at Miguel Castro Castro prison which left more than 60 inmates dead and more than 100 injured. In this attack, Peru is accused of committing mass violations of the right to life and freedom… Read More
Fiona Mckay’s Statement to a Press Conference following the UK House of Lords Ruling on Pinochet 24th March 1999: When people think of legal redress they too often think only of monetary compensation. But that is not what redress is primarily about. Survivors of human rights violations, such as the… Read More
The all-party Parliamentary Human Rights Group is to call on the government today (Tuesday 20 January 1998) to act against “brutal and sustained torture” inflicted on detainees in Saudi Arabia. In a comprehensive report issued jointly with REDRESS, MPs say that detained British citizens and other foreigners face torture in hundreds… Read More
REDRESS welcomes the Scottish Crown Office’s decision of yesterday (28th May 1997) to prosecute the managing director of a Glasgow company ICL Technical Plastics for alleged involvement in trading in instruments used to inflict torture abroad. The allegations arose out of Channel 4’s Dispatches documentary, “The British Torture Trail”, broadcast in… Read More