Supressing evidence of torture is a criminal offence

The Bush and Obama administrations have been, under different motives, hiding evidence of torture performed by US personnel, and Mrs Clinton is now asking their ally, the UK, to supress evidence of torture of one of their citizen, Binyam Mohammad, at Guantanamo.

This is clearly a criminal offence, says Human rights lawyer, Clive Stafford Smith, and another exrecise in 'naked political power', according to the British judge who is in charge of the case of Mohammad.

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