PJ Crowley’s Acting Replacement Can’t Differentiate US from China on Human Rights, Transparency

By: Tuesday April 12, 2011 2:50 pm

At issue is how State can still claim to be transparent when it won’t explain why it refuses to allow the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture to have an unmonitored visit with Bradley Manning. It’s not quite Baghdad Bob … quite. But it would be pure comedy gold if it weren’t about our hypocrisy on human rights.

Stop the Secrecy: Join Our Call for Official Visits to Bradley Manning

By: Tuesday April 12, 2011 11:45 am

The US Government appears to be sweating from the heat brought on by the United Nations after the international organization’s lead torture investigator publicly criticized the United States’ decision to deny official visits to Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning. Sign our letter to Quantico and Pentagon leaders: follow your own rules and allow official visits to PFC. Bradley Manning. Click here to add your name.

US Willing to Bomb Libya to Maintain UN Credibility, But Not Allow a “Private” Visit to Bradley Manning

By: Monday April 11, 2011 7:15 pm

Apparently, our “national interest” in the credibility of the UN extends only so far as it allows us to bomb other countries, but not so far as it might expose our own treatment of detainees to independent evaluation.

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