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A current and comprehensive list of CCR's press releases, press statements, and case updates dating back to 2003.
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November 6, 2007, New York, NY – In a key victory in the war against torture, today a federal court ruled that the lawsuit against a private military contractor in Iraq should be heard by a jury of Americans. … Read More >>
November 1, 2007, New York, NY – Today the Center for Constitutional Rights issued the following statement against the nomination of Michael Mukasey for the next Attorney General of the United States: Michael Mukasey is not fit to be Attorney General… Read More >>
October 31, 2007, New York, NY – The Center for Constitutional Rights and co-counsel issued a statement today in response to the news that the State Department had promised the employees of private military contractor Blackwater USA immunity in relation… Read More >>
October 29, 2007, New York, Paris – Today, human rights groups filed an urgent appeal with two United Nations Special Rapporteurs because the failure of the French Prosecutor to act on a complaint filed against former Secretary of Defense Donald… Read More >>
October 24, 2007, Washington, DC – According to press reports, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice admitted during a House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing today that the U.S. government mishandled the rendition of Center for Constitutional Rights client and Canadian citizen… Read More >>
On October 18, 2007, Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) client and extraordinary rendition victim Maher Arar testified at a House Joint Committee hearing convened to discuss his rendition by the U.S. to Syria for torture and interrogation. Read More >>
Gitanjali Gutierrez, a staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights who was the first habeas corpus lawyer to travel to Guantanamo, wrote this op-ed in The Washington Post on CCR client Majid Khan, a former Baltimore resident who was… Read More >>
On October 9, 2007, the U.S. government filed its opposing brief in the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Supreme Court case that will decide once again whether the Guantanamo detainees have the right to challenge their detention. Read More >>
On September 24, 2007, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) appealed a lower court's decision to dismiss the case charging an Israeli official with war crimes for his role in dropping a one-ton bomb on a Gaza City apartment building,… Read More >>