Conor Gearty: The Important Inconvenience of the Rule of Law – UK Constitutional Law Group

Posted April 2nd, 2013 in appeals, deportation, human rights, immigration, news, rule of law, torture by sally

“Omar Othman is a resident of this country – guilty of no crime and up to now facing no charges – whose home country wants to put him on trial in a case where the key evidence against him will in all likelihood have been procured by torture. The only reason he probably won’t be tortured is because the state concerned has reluctantly promised (as an inducement to get him back) not to follow its usual routine.”

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UK Constitutional Law Group, 30th March 2013