Evidence under Coercion
By MortazaviBlog on Oct 31, 2006
Here is a recent report on laws suspending habeas corpus: Demetri Sevastopulo and Daniel Dombey, "ICRC concerned over new US terror law," Financial Times, October 19, 2006. On the history of the law, see here. Leaving aside the very important moral questions involved and given the doubtful nature of evidence attained by coercion and the associated questions regarding its admissibility, others have also questioned its purpose and validity.