List/Grid Restoring Rule of Law

9/11 Voices for Restoring Rule of Law is a campaign to mobilize and amplify the voices of 9/11 family members who support closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay in order to restore the rule of law. It is a campaign to put an end to indefinite detentions and other violations of human rights that have become part of the legacy of the U.S. War on Terror. The ultimate goal of this campaign is to once again honor the US Constitution (its principles in theory and practice) as they have served us well for over 200 years.

Pre-trial hearings at Guatanamo Bay Prison – September 14-21, 2019

Pre-trial hearings September 14-21, 2019 Guantanamo Bay Prision Special agent Fitzgerald testifying. Second Day testimony from special agent Fitzgerald.

Reports from Guantanamo January 2019

Colleen Kelly’s latest trip to Guantanamo Bay Prison last month was recorded on three videos to include the general public in the workings and shortcomings of the pretrial hearings.  … Read more »

Statement from September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows Concerning the Nomination of Gina Haspel as Director of the CIA

Torture is immoral and illegal. No one who played an operational role in torture, oversaw a “black site” where torture was committed, or destroyed evidence of torture rather than promote… Read more »

FEBRUARY 1, 2018: Human Rights Activists to Protest Trump’s Order to Keep Guantanamo Open in Grand Central Station

Contacts:  Colleen Kelly       718-944-5601   colleen@peacefultomorrows.org Jeremy Varon       732-979-3119   jvaron@aol.com Elizabeth Ramos   347-581-2677   nyc@worldcantwait.net Human Rights Activists to Protest Trump’s Order to Keep Guantanamo Open in Grand Central Station, Thursday 2/1 @ Noon What:   Demonstration/vigil… Read more »

Gorsuch Has History of Defending Torture

March 19, 2017 — To the Editor: On the surface, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, appears to be a pleasant and moderate man. But Mr…. Read more »

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