Documentary film about the US supermax prison to which British citizens Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan were extradited in 2012.
Britain's extradition law must be reformed. A leading lawyer and chair of the British Institute of Human Rights explains why, and how.
Talha Ahsan and Babar Ahmed were among those imprisoned without trial under the US-UK Extradition Act 2003 for six and eight years respectively, for alleged crimes committed in the UK. Whilst under arrest, Babar was subjected to torture by the Metropolitan Police. The four officers charged with the assault were acquitted, and no apology made despite the Police admitting full liability.
Emergency Protest in support of prisoners facing extradition to the US on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th October 2012
CagePrisoners will be hosting a press conference in front of the British consulate in New York to urge the British government to stop the extradition of Babar Ahmad and four others to the United States.
What the media and politicians have willfully withheld from the public in the case of Britain's most vilified Muslim
Khalid al-Fawwaz is the least known of the five prisoners facing extradition to the US but has served the most time - 14 years without trial.
Moving film featuring the cases of Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan, including heartrending interviews with their fathers and evocative prison poetry readings.
Duration: 27 minutes
Justice not only needs to be done but needs to be seen to be done, and it is not justice to restart these men's ordeal when it should be ended.
Parliamentary motion for respected Mubarak opponent held in British prisons without trial for 13 years signed by just six MPs
An evening of film, prison poetry, talks, drama, satire, nasheeds around the notorious 2003 UK-US extradition treaty currently affecting British citizens Talha Ahsan, Babar Ahmad, Richard O'Dwyer and Gary Mckinnon
Today CagePrisoners has written to every member of Parliament requesting that they make every effort to halt the impending extraditions of British citizens, Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan. Ahmad is the longest detained-without-trial citizen in the modern history of the UK and is set to be extradited to the US along with his co-defendant Ahsan. Collectively, both have have spent fourteen years in prison without charge.
Julian Assange of WikiLeaks interviews Asim Qureshi and Moazzam Begg about the work of Cageprisoners
The doctrine of the separation of powers, by which governance is divided among three branches — the executive, legislative and the judiciary — is an old concept which was first developed in ancient Greece that continues to form the foundation of governance in most liberal democracies today.
Last Friday, a young man stood in the streets of London collecting signatures on a petition which he had asked a relative to draw for him. He was collecting signatures to put Babar Ahmad on trial in the UK.
Babar Ahmad's family call for all supporters of Cageprisoners to sign an e-petition calling for him to be tried in the UK.
A heartrending poem from Babar Ahmad, the longest serving British prisoner held in the UK without charge.
They say a week is a long time in politics. How about almost eight years, and counting, in the criminal “justice” system, with no end in sight. For Babar Ahmad, last Friday (3 June) saw the end of the trial of four police officers accused of assaulting him.
The Guantánamo Memoirs of Mohamedou Ould Slahi
TRAITOR: a Guantanamo guard's journey to Islam
Starving for justice
Are Muslims active enough in the fight against Guantanamo?
Help Lynne Stewart, civil rights lawyer for Muslim defendants, stay alive
How your Schedule 7 swab could help get your family arrested
Why haven't you signed the Shaker Aamer petition?