< /head > Colorado Coalition for Human Rights: Torture survivors find help, healing

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Torture survivors find help, healing

I received this link from a volunteer at a nonprofit based in San Diego that helps victims of torture. This article is definitely worth reading and I also recommend their website at notorture.org

Click here to read the article.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Colorado Coalition for Human Rights,

My name is Edmund Igberaese, a current student at the University of Colorado-Denver with an interest in Sociology and Political Science, and I would at first like to express my gratitude for your coverage of torture cases on this website. Further, I would like to inform you of new, more terrifying forms of torture and other issues that I actively attempt to highlight on my blogs and elsewhere (see scribd.com/EdmundIgberaese and edmundosreh.blogspot.com; see also http://www.linkedin.com/pub/edmund-igberaese/52/184/aab for a better introduction). A short summary of these issues may be seen here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/98354373/A-Flyer-2. Moreover, the aforementioned, new forms of torture thrive on advances in technology and politicized psychiatry in the Western world, and it is my hope that they would be highlighted in future posts on this blog. I also hope to receive a reply to this message soon as I am an enthusiastic reader of your blog.

Thank you.


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