The change in Administrations in 2009 did NOT mean the end of torture or the closing of Guantanamo.  AmeriKKKa is still a police state.

These sites have more information on torture, imprisonment and related issues.

Again, I will be adding to this list, so check back or contact me for more information or to suggest additions to this list.  I welcome constructive criticism, of course.

~ Romi

Act Against Torture
“It’s up to us to stop torture and indefinite detention”

American Torture
“The official website of author Michael Otterman”

Free Detainees

The Guantánamo Blog
“From the Law Office of H. Candace Gorman” [Chicago civil rights atty.]

Guantánamo Testimonials Project
“a long term research project to assess the effects of the U.S. war on terror         on human rights in the Americas”            project/index

International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims

Senator Carl Levin. “Levin, McCain Release Executive Summary and                 Conclusions on Report of Treatment of Detainees in U.S. Custody.”

Steven H. Miles, M.D. “Medical Investigations of Homicides of Prisoners of  War in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Public Committee Against Torture in Israel

International Federation of Actions by Christians for the Abolition of Torture

International Network of Psychologists for Social Responsibility. “Repatriation as Part of a Reconstructive Process in Torture Survivors.”

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

Torture Law

United Against Torture
“Coalition to Combat Torture in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian                 Territory”

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights
International law

When Healers Harm

“Hold Health Professionals Accountable for Torture”


Wikileak. Changes to SOP [Standard Operating] Procedure Guantanamo Bay 2003-2004.

Witness Against Torture
“A Campaign to Shut Down Guantanamo”

World Organization Against Torture