Should military contractors who engage in torture abroad be immune from prosecution? Should they receive the same protections as the government and therefore, have their wartime activities be beyond review of the courts? Well that's what two corporate defendants have been arguing, but a federal appeals court has decided that lawsuits against them can be revived, and not dismissed on those grounds. Derrick Crowe, Political Director at Brave New Foundation discusses.
The Alyona Show: Derrick Crowe on Torture Victims Being Allowed to Sue Contractors
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