Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Canadian Intelligence:"if prosecution is not viable, there are other techniques"- Listen to a dramatic reading of "DARK DAYS"-by Kerry Pither

Dark Days: The Story of Four Canadians Tortured
in the Name of Fighting Terror - by Kerry Pither


Dark Days tells the story that goes from how CSIS and RCMP harassed Canadian citizens, squeezing them out of Canada and later sending questions to their tormentors in foreign jails like the infamous Far' Falastin in Syria.

It is the story of Canadian national security investigations gone terribly wrong, told through the experiences of four of its targets: Ahmad El Maati, Abdullah Almalki, Maher Arar and Muayyed Nureddin.

After discovering they were of interest to Canadian investigators these Canadian Muslim men were detained overseas and subjected to brutal torture. They were all interrogated using questions from Canadian agencies — all were accused of links to terrorism but no evidence has been produced to back these accusations. All were eventually released without charge and returned to Canada. All want to clear their names and rebuild their lives, and to do so, they need to know who did this to them, and more importantly, why.

Listen to a dramatic reading of an excerpt of the book HERE

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