Sep 252017
 September 25, 2017  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

“How can a person’s privacy be invaded in this way when they are not accused or suspected of a crime?”

This is one of the most chilling stories you may read this month. Joe Cadillic sent along a link to this report by Ryan Gallagher:

It was not the first time Muhammad Rabbani had problems when returning to the United Kingdom from travels overseas. But on this occasion something was different — he was arrested, handcuffed, and hauled through London’s largest airport, then put into the back of a waiting police van.

Rabbani is the 36-year-old international director of Cage, a British group that was founded in 2003 to raise awareness about the plight of prisoners held at the U.S. government’s Guantánamo Bay detention site. Today, the organization has a broader focus and says it is working to highlight “the erosion of the rule of law in the context of the war on terror.” Due to its work campaigning for the legal rights of terrorism suspects, Cage has attracted controversy, and Rabbani has faced the government’s wrath.

Read more on The Intercept.

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