Torture on Townhall

D.W. Wilber - Wed Dec 10

Ron Paul - Tue Jul 29

Heather Ginsberg - Tue Apr 8

Former Vice President Cheney recently appeared at American University to give a speech to the student body. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Wed Nov 20

The only two countries in the Middle East without minimum age requirements for marriage are considering laws establishing a minimum age to protect women. Girls as young as six years old have been forced into marriage in those countries, many enduring rape, physical trauma from intercourse and childbirth, and torture - several on record have died from their wounds or committed suicide. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Sat Oct 26

The alleged intentional leak of classified information to Zero Dark Thirty filmmakers has come back to haunt the government during the war crimes trial of a Guantanamo Bay detainee. The defense of Ammar al Baluchi, the detainee whose torture experiences supposedly served as the model for the popular film, is now requesting classified information about the treatment of his client that was provided to filmmakers but is still currently withheld by the prosecution. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Thu Oct 24

The practice of solitary confinement in the US has been a topic of human rights activists and international organizations for a while. Juan Mendez, the UN Special Rapporteur on torture and a visiting professor at American University, is finally taking action, requesting to visit California prisons and determine if America is violating international law. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Tue Aug 27

An Iranian court rejected the appeal of U.S. citizen and American pastor Saeed Abedini, who was sentenced to eight years in a notoriously brutal Iranian prison for his Christian faith. ... more