National Security Accountability – Making it Real

National security accountability – everyone says they want it.  But not everyone means the same thing when they use the language of “accountability”.  The dangers of ‘faux accountability’ are always […]

Why the BCCLA is calling for a public inquiry

There is simply no other way to learn whether Canadian officials knew whether prisoners captured by the Canadian forces were being transferred to torture. We have no recourse in the courts, […]

A hit, a very palpable hit

Good news from the Federal Court this morning. As those of you who have been following our work at the Military Police Complaints Commission (MPCC) may recall, the Department of […]