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Extraordinary Rendition

Makolli, Shkumbin LU (2013) MRSG20 20102
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
George W. Bush declared war on terror after the attacks on 9/11. USA was not going to going to let the guilty ones go free neither were they going to let the security of their country get breached again. The Extraordinary Rendition program became a part of the war. It had existed before but after the declaration of war on terror Bush decided to use it more than ever before. A few people disappeared for a period of time. Some were never seen again. Some were sent to Guantanamo Bay. The Extraordinary program was run by the Central Intelligence Agency with the objective of retrieving intelligence from people affiliated with terrorist groups. The way to do it was to abduct the suspected terrorist from a country anywhere in the world and send... (More)
George W. Bush declared war on terror after the attacks on 9/11. USA was not going to going to let the guilty ones go free neither were they going to let the security of their country get breached again. The Extraordinary Rendition program became a part of the war. It had existed before but after the declaration of war on terror Bush decided to use it more than ever before. A few people disappeared for a period of time. Some were never seen again. Some were sent to Guantanamo Bay. The Extraordinary program was run by the Central Intelligence Agency with the objective of retrieving intelligence from people affiliated with terrorist groups. The way to do it was to abduct the suspected terrorist from a country anywhere in the world and send him to another where he could be interrogated, usually with torture. No judicial review, no attorney to oversee the suspect’s case, not even his own family knew where he was or what had happened. The suspected terrorist could be held in custody for years without any legitimate reason. He was there because someone “thought” he might be a terrorist. (Less)
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author
Makolli, Shkumbin LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSG20 20102
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
Rendition, Extraordinary Rendition, Geroge W. Bush, CIA, Agiza El-Masri, Al-Nashiri, Human rights, mänskliga rättigheter
language
Swedish
id
3358643
date added to LUP
2013-02-26 11:38:24
date last changed
2014-09-04 08:27:39
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  abstract     = {George W. Bush declared war on terror after the attacks on 9/11. USA was not going to going to let the guilty ones go free neither were they going to let the security of their country get breached again. The Extraordinary Rendition program became a part of the war. It had existed before but after the declaration of war on terror Bush decided to use it more than ever before. A few people disappeared for a period of time. Some were never seen again. Some were sent to Guantanamo Bay. The Extraordinary program was run by the Central Intelligence Agency with the objective of retrieving intelligence from people affiliated with terrorist groups. The way to do it was to abduct the suspected terrorist from a country anywhere in the world and send him to another where he could be interrogated, usually with torture. No judicial review, no attorney to oversee the suspect’s case, not even his own family knew where he was or what had happened. The suspected terrorist could be held in custody for years without any legitimate reason. He was there because someone “thought” he might be a terrorist.},
  author       = {Makolli, Shkumbin},
  keyword      = {Rendition,Extraordinary Rendition,Geroge W. Bush,CIA,Agiza El-Masri,Al-Nashiri,Human rights,mänskliga rättigheter},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Extraordinary Rendition},
  year         = {2013},
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