Reprieve launched an new initiative called Pull the Plug – to expose and stop the use of torture music against prisoners of the ‘war on terror.’ Here, former Guantanamo prisoner Ruhal Ahmed describes his experience of being tortured by earsplitting music in the hands of the US authorities.
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Mark Daly spent months working as a policeman in Manchester. His fellow officers were unaware that their colleague was, in fact, an undercover journalist who was trying to discover if racism lurked among their ranks.
The serious organised crime and police act 2005 (SOCPA), was designed to rid parliament square of veteran peace activist Brian Haw.. he’s still there, and many others have fought the law in imaginative and sometimes comic ways.
The inevitable story of failure which every American anticipated but hoped would never have to be told. This documentary takes the “Innocent Man on Texas Death Row” tale to a dark corner feared by all.
An Israeli film director interviews fellow veterans of the 1982 invasion of Lebanon to reconstruct his own memories of his term of service in that conflict.
Mahatma Gandhi became one of the pivotal figures, if not the main figure, in India’s history in the Twentieth Century. Along with Jinnah and Nehru, Gandhi shaped India’s history up to its independence in 1947.
John Pilger, renowned investigative journalist and documentary film-maker, is one of only two to have twice won British journalism’s top award.
The following are the words of Tony following a joint event ‘Art & Soul – Voices from Death Row,’ that was held in March 2007. “Often, people from different walks of life cannot see the commonality they share with each other”.