Wednesday, March 07, 2007

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

The National Religious Campaign Against Torture is devoted to obtaining passage of U. S. legislation prohibiting any and all U.S.-sponsored and -condoned torture, prohibiting any exemption from the U.S.'s adherence to human rights standards, prohibiting the existence of secret prisons for detainees, restoring habeas corpus protections for such detainees, and prohibiting the use of evidence derived from torture and degrading treatment in all cases where the guilt or innocence of someone must be determined.

You can donate to them online via a secure Groundspring service.

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