After all, the British courts won’t be intimidated by the efforts of the British government and security services to explain away and/or cover up their involvement in torture.
It’s a victory for the rule of law, as the article makes clear:
In a remarkable sequence of events, appeal court judges considering the case of Mohamed, who claims he was tortured, reinstated their findings about the security services, stating that some officials “appear to have a dubious record when it comes to human rights and coercive techniques”.
When will we see such clarity with respect to our own government’s involvement in torture, rather than the free passes and outright cover ups perpetrated by two successive Administrations?
Gorilla answers: “When the waterboard freezes over!”