Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
One more strong voice from CCLA:
CCLA has demanded a better regulatory regime for the acquisition of non-lethal weaponry and technology by security forces to ensure that their use does not unduly threaten the life or health of the public.
CCLA calls upon Canada to recognize that the State Immunity Act (RSC 1985) should not be interpreted to continue to bar civil suits to victims of jus cogens crimes including torture, in keeping with Article 14 of the UN Convention Against Torture and its interpretations by the UN Committee Against Torture. Canada has recently amended the State Immunity Act to provide a right of action for victims of terrorism against a number of states. CCLA has urged the government to provide equal rights to victims of torture.