Evidence of Torture in Canada and the Courts__A Truth Soldier

Evidence of Torture in Canada and the Courts

The Torture Business – Canada

Uploaded on Jan 18, 2008

October 2004
Of the hundreds of terrorist suspects sent abroad by the US to be tortured, few have returned home. We hear from one of the few who has.

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Lawyer wants Canada to arrest Bush for torture

Uploaded on Mar 17, 2009

Gail Davidson of Lawyers Against the Law, talks with MSNBCs Keith Olbermann about why former President George Bush should not be allowed to enter Canada Tuesday to give a speech because of his criminal past.

This video is from MSNBCs Countdown, broadcast Mar. 16, 2009.
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Panel 1 – Evidence of Torture in Canada and the Courts: Immigration, Criminal, Civil (9 Jan 2013)

Published on Jan 14, 2013

Public Forum: “Evidence of Torture in Canada: The New Normal of Official Complicity?”
Nathanson Centre – Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

Introductory Remarks by Professor François Tanguay-Renaud (Director, Nathanson Centre; Osgoode Hall Law School).

Panel 1 – Evidence of Torture in the Courts: The Immigration, Criminal, and Civil Contexts

Chair: Professor Benjamin Berger, (Osgoode Hall Law School)
Panelists (L-R): Anil Kapoor (Kapoor Barristers; Special Advocate), Barbara Jackman (Jackman, Nazami & Associates), Tara McElroy (Lorne Waldman and Associates), Professor James Stribopoulos (Osgoode Hall Law School)

Panel 2 – Evidence of Torture in Canada & Executive Action: CSIS, RCMP, CBSA et al. (9 Jan 2013)

Published on Jan 14, 2013

Public Forum: “Evidence of Torture in Canada: The New Normal of Official Complicity?”
Nathanson Centre – Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

Panel 2 – Evidence of Torture in Canada & Executive Action: The CSIS, RCMP, and CBSA Issues

Chair: Professor Ron Atkey (Adjunct, Osgoode Hall Law School; first Chair, Security Intelligence Review Committee (1985-89)).
Panelists (L-R): Professor Kent Roach (University of Toronto), Raymond Boisvert (Former Assistant Director, Intelligence (CSIS)), Professor David Cole (Georgetown)

Panel 3 – Evidence of Torture in Canada & Armed Conflicts: Afghan Detainees Case et al. (9 Jan 2013)

Published on Jan 14, 2013

Public Forum: “Evidence of Torture in Canada: The New Normal of Official Complicity?”
Nathanson Centre – Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

Panel 3 – Evidence of Torture in Canada & Armed Conflicts: Afghan Detainees Case and Other Cases

Chair: Craig Scott (Member of Parliament for Toronto-Danforth)
Panelists (L-R): Dr. Chris Madsen (Canadian Forces College), Dr. Walter Dorn (Canadian Forces College), Murray Brewster (The Canadian Press), Professor Amir Attaran (University of Ottawa)

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