2009 Photo: No to Torture

This photo vanished TWICE from the Censored News blog, so it is now being reposted. Torture protester Joshua Harris is being carried away by soldiers at the Army Intelligence Center at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. Joshua was one of five people arrested as they crossed on to the base in November, to make a stand against US torture. Fort Huachuca is where the School of Americas torture manual was produced. The US acknowledged production of the manual in 1996. The manual was used to train military leaders, including those in Latin America responsible for the torture, rape and murder of Indigenous Peoples. Fort Huachuca was also linked to torture at Abu Ghraib. Photo Brenda Norrell.

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