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Account Rendered: Extraordinary Rendition and Britain's Role / Andrew Tyrie MP, Roger Gough & Stuart McCracken

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Hardcover 400 Pages
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In its struggle against international terrorism following 9/11, the United States developed rendition the international transfer of an individual without customary due processes as an instrument of policy. Rendition became associated with the use of coercive interrogation techniques techniques often crossing the threshold of torture, in violation of international standards to which successive American administrations committed themselves. To a degree yet to be fully established, Britain was implicated in that policy.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition was founded in December 2005, following the emergence of allegations that the United States had been operating a programme of ghost flights and black sites . In the five years since then the Group has contributed to public knowledge and awareness of the debate surrounding rendition and Britain s involvement in it. Account Rendered is an analysis of the facts and history of rendition intended to get to the truth and to ensure that the UK will not be involved in extraordinary rendition in the future.

In its struggle against international terrorism following 9/11, the United States developed rendition the international transfer of an individual without customary due processes as an instrument of policy. Rendition became associated with the use of coercive interrogation techniques techniques often crossing the threshold of torture, in violation of international standards to which successive American administrations committed themselves. To a degree yet to be fully established, Britain was implicated in that policy.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition was founded in December 2005, following the emergence of allegations that the United States had been operating a programme of ghost flights and black sites . In the five years since then the Group has contributed to public knowledge and awareness of the debate surrounding rendition and Britain s involvement in it. Account Rendered is an analysis of the facts and history of rendition intended to get to the truth and to ensure that the UK will not be involved in extraordinary rendition in the future.