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UN Committee Against Torture resolutions on the following issues

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UN Committee Against Torture resolutions on the following issues

Time: March 12, 2014 at 6pm to July 12, 2014 at 7pm
Location: UN, Canada
Event Type: inquiry, and, investigation
Organized By: AI and CAT
Latest Activity: Feb 12

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Amnesty International statement to UN Committee Against Torture regarding torture with Non Lethal Weapons in Canada.

"The brief also outlines concerns about the infliction of torture or other ill-treatment within Canada, including ongoing concerns about the use of conducted energy devices( Non Lethal Weapons) and allegations of excessive force by police that have arisen in connection with various protests."---Amnesty International

CANADA BRIEFING TO THE UN COMMITEE AGAINST TORTURE

http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/info/AMR20/004/2012/en  

http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/asset/AMR20/004/2012/en/b46d9371-1b2c-414b-90e9-b97c3953cb48/amr200042012en.pdf

 

UN Committee Against Torture Agenda: the use of Non Lethal Weapons in Canada and charges against torturers will be heard at UN.( hacked?)  http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/cat/cats48.htm

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Comment by Robin Yan on April 24, 2012 at 10:09pm

Committee Against Torture Agenda: the use of Non Lethal Weapons in Canada and charges against torturers will be heard at UN http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/cat/cats48.htm

Comment by Robin Yan on April 24, 2012 at 1:32pm

We must understand what kinds of crimes they commit when using Non Lethal Weapons ( Mind Control Weapons) to torture civilians according to the international laws and tools.

 

1.The Law of War by NATO

Science & Technology Committee of NATO regarding the use of non lethal weapons against civilians

According to ICRC, the military use of "non-lethal" weapons against civilians could undermine the existing norms of international law pertaining to armed conflict as well as the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention and the 1925 Geneva Protocol. The organization recommended that current efforts to integrate "non-lethal" weapons into operations of armed forces should address more properly the legal, health and tactical implications of doing so. 

2. The International Humanitarian Law by ICRC

 

Our paper would address the legal obligations which are contained in the law of war and which are pertinent to "non-lethal weapons", in particular when they are developed for use in times of armed conflicts, including military operations other than war or military operations in urban terrain. The basic principles of the law of war and existing treaties which restrict or prohibits some "non-lethal weapons" will also be mentioned. In the law of war there is also an obligation to carry out legal reviews in a multidisciplinary approach which is very much relevant to emerging technologies since often their wounding effect is not known.

Finally it is also the intent to present findings about the wounding mechanisms and the effects on humans of currently used weapons in most of the conflicts. This would help putting the term "non-lethal" in a more realistic perspective, in particular compared to other weapons, so-called conventional "lethal" weapons.

 

3. Torture by Amnesty International and UN

Amnesty International continues to be concerned by the use of less-than-lethal weapons, particularly Conducted Energy Devices (CEDs) such as TASERS. Some of these weapons pose a potential risk of resulting in torture or ill-treatment when used. UN states: Torture is a crime under international law. According to all relevant instruments, it is absolutely prohibited and cannot be justified under any circumstances

 

4. Crimes Against Humanity by ICC

“Torture is a crime against humanity”From: American Nongovernmental Organization Coalition for the International Criminal Court

In certain cases, systematic torture of a particular group will allow the criminal defense attorney to use additional international mechanisms, such as the International Criminal Court (ICC). Article 2 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in December of 1948, includes "acting with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group [by] causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group" as part of its definition of genocide. [4]

The Rome Statute of the ICC incorporates this definition of genocide as well as a definition of crimes against humanity, which includes torture. As soon as a State becomes a party to the Statute, it accepts the ICC's jurisdiction with respect to those crimes, and a State can recommend individual nationals suspected of those crimes to the Court. The ICC will then have complete jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute unless the person recommended has already been tried or is in the process of going to trial in the State already.

 

 

Comment by Robin Yan on April 24, 2012 at 10:37am

We are concerned here with reinforcing in the strongest possible terms:

i) The need for such abuses to human rights and the threats to democracy to be called to consciousness, and without further delay.

ii) To analyse the reasons why people might defend themselves from becoming conscious of the existence of such threats.

iii) To address the urgent need for intelligence, imagination, and information - not to mention compassion - in dealing with the victims of persecution from this technology, and

iv) To alert a sleeping society, to the imminent threats to their freedom from the threat from fascist and covert operations who have in all probability gained control of potentially lethal weaponry of the type we are describing.

It is necessary to emphasise that at present there is not even the means for victims to gain medical attention for the effects of radiation from this targeting. Denied the respect of credulity of being used as human guinea pigs, driven to suicide by the breakdown of their lives, they are treated as insane – at best regarded as ‘sad cases’. Since the presence of a permanent ‘other’ in one’s mind and body is by definition an act of the most intolerable cruelty, people who are forced to bear it but who refuse to be broken by it, have no other option than to turn themselves into activists, their lives consumed by the battle against such atrocities, their energies directed to alerting and informing the public of things they don’t want to hear or understand about evil forces at work in their society.
It is necessary, at this point, to briefly outline a few – one might say the precious few – attempts by public servants to verify the existence and dangers inherent in this field:

http://www.uwe.ac.uk/hlss/research/cpss/Journal_Psycho-Social_Studi...

 

Comment by Robin Yan on April 20, 2012 at 9:28pm

According to the CAT, the State should ensure that its “competent authorities proceed to a prompt and impartial investigation” of any torture allegations.[6] Similarly, the Istanbul Protocol asserts that the State should appoint a primary investigative authority (separately from providing access to legal services) to serve as the main liaison between the authorities and the alleged torture victim. This investigative authority must be separate from alleged torturers or any agency that employs them. [7]In doing so, the State should be sensitive to the victim's culture, language and gender. The investigator should attempt to obtain a detailed statement from the victim, color photographs of the injuries, as well as a thorough medical examination from an independent, qualified expert to produce a comprehensive evaluation of the alleged torture victim. The State should also provide the following information to the alleged torture victim during the investigation:

1. updates on the progress of the investigation; 2. information on all key hearings in the investigation and prosecution of the case; 3. updates on the suspected perpetrator (whether he/she has been identified, arrested etc.); 4. contact information for advocacy and treatment groups that might assist the victim; 5. the right to refuse questioning, to stop the investigation, or to take a break; 6. protection, not only for the victim, but also for the victim's family; 7. psychological counselors and other medical professionals trained in treating torture victims. When using any kind of formal, standardized equipment to conduct medical tests on suspected victims of torture, however doctors must be sensitive to the trauma. In fact, these instruments should only be used when absolutely necessary, such as when there is a legal case against the perpetrator and proof of torture is needed. [8]

http://defensewiki.ibj.org/index.php/Representing_Victims_of_Tortur...

 

Comment by ron on April 15, 2012 at 4:18am

Violation of Federal US Law. TITLE 18 > PART I > CHAPTER 113B > § 2332h

§ 2332h. Radiological dispersal devices
(3) Special circumstances.— If the death of another results... from a person’s violation of subsect...ion (a), the person shall be fined not more than $2,000,000 and punished by imprisonment for life. Federal Law- FEDERAL LAW- Star Wars was and is Illegal- based on this Federal Public Law- Pub. L. No. 85-568, 72 Stat. 426-438 (Jul. 29, 1958)

FEDERAL LAW- Star Wars was and is Illegal- based on this Federal Public Law- Pub. L. No. 85-568,
72 Stat. 426-438 (Jul. 29, 1958)

http://history.nasa.gov/spaceact-legishistory.pdf International Law- Weapons of Mass Destruction- Non Lethal Weapons, Mind Control Weapons, or psychotronic weapons has been listed as weapons of Mass Destruction by UNIDIR-UN http://unidir.org/pdf/ouvrages/pdf-1-92-9045-002-2-en.pdf

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