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13 de Agosto de 2009

Una presunta víctima de "rendición extraordinaria" durante el gobierno de Obama acusa a Estados Unidos de tortura y coacción


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Un contratista libanés lamado Raymond Azar afirma haber sido la primera víctima conocida de rendición extraordinaria y tortura durante el gobierno del Presidente Obama. Azar asegura que fue forzado a confesar haber sobornado a un funcionario, tras haber sido capturado y torturado por agentes federales armados en Afganistán. Hablamos con el abogado y experto legal Scott Horton sobre el caso de Azar.