March 23, 1992 |
A Matter of Rights: Rock star Peter Gabriel will kick off a program that gives human rights groups access to technology--fax machines, video cameras, computers--so they can spread the word about human rights violations when they occur. The program, called Witness, will be launched today at a news conference with Gabriel, the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the Reebok Foundation at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York.
June 7, 2003
So, internal investigators at the Justice Department had "concerns" and found "significant problems" concerning the "rights" of 9/11 detainees (June 3). The end result was that nearly all the suspects were deported. But groups such as the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the American Civil Liberties Union complain that these illegal aliens' rights were violated. The ACLU went so far as to state that the report marked "a major scandal for the Bush administration." Yeah, right. Those arrested and detained were illegal aliens.
August 1, 1992 |
Bosnians living in the United Status are being granted the right to remain in this country until the civil war in their homeland ends, according to Bush Administration officials. Returning to Bosnia would pose "a threat to their safety," State Department official John Bolton said in a speech Wednesday in Geneva to a U.N. group. Bolton is assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs. Atty. Gen. William P.