Torture by Proxy: International Law Applicable to “Extraordinary Rendition”

This 131-page report presents a synopsis of alleged instances of extraordinary rendition; an in-depth analysis of applicable domestic and international legal standards; and concludes that extraordinary renditions are contrary to U.S. and international laws and policy.  This report contributed to legislative efforts to end rendition.

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The findings of this report have been cited by key actors, including ACLUCenter for Constitutional RightsCouncil of Europe; and Human Rights First.