This will constitute visual proof that, unlike the Bush administration's claim, the abuse was not confined to Abu Ghraib and was not aberrationalObama to release interrogation photos Apr 23, 2009
The Egyptian authorities are notorious for their routine use of torture. The U.S. government's reliance on their word makes a mockery of its treaty obligations under the Torture ConventionACLU slams move to deport suspect Jun 04, 2007
Our aim was to get this information into the public domain, and the government's attempts at withholding this information have proved futileU.S. authenticates Abu Ghraib abuse photos Apr 11, 2006
As disturbing as the photos may be, it is critical that the American people know the full truth about the abuse that occurred in their nameObama fights release of abuse photos Aug 07, 2009
It is extremely disappointing that the Obama administration is continuing the Bush administration practice of relying on diplomatic assurances, which have been proven completely ineffective in preventing tortureSources: Renditions to remain policy Aug 24, 2009
Amrit Singh is a staff attorney at the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project. She has fought for the release of thousands of US government documents related to the conduct of the War on Terror and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Singh has been a counsel on American Civil Liberties Union v. Department of Defense and Ali Saleh Kahlah Al-Marri v. Donald H. Rumsfeld.
Amrit Singh is a graduate of Cambridge University, Oxford University and Yale Law School where she received her BA in economics, MPhil and her law degree respectively. She is the youngest daughter of Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh, and is married to Barton Beebe, a professor of law at New York University School of Law. She is co-author of the book Administration of Torture.