More On Torture

From the National Religious Campaign Against Torture:

Dear Friends:

Senator Inhofe has offered an amendment, S.A. 1559, to the FY 2010 National Defense Authorization bill (S. 1390) that would PERMANENTLY prevent the President from transferring any detainee in the Guantanamo Bay detention facility to a prison in the United States – whether for the purpose of trying that detainee in a court of law, or for the purpose of closing Guantanamo.

As you all know, Guantanamo is widely recognized as a symbol of our government’s use of torture.  Senator Inhofe’s amendment would make it much more difficult for our country to close Guantanamo – preserving the symbol of torture and needlessly tarnishing our country’s reputation.

Please call your Senators and tell them to vote against S.A. 1559.  Remind them that the abuses that occurred in the prison in Guantanamo shamed our nation and you hope that they will not stand in the way of closing that prison. Voting against this amendment will make it possible to close Guantanamo.

You can reach your Senators by calling the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121 and asking to speak with one of your Senators.  Then call back and ask to speak to your other Senator.

Thank you for all you have done to end U.S.-sponsored torture.

Sincerely,

Linda Gustitus, President
Richard Killmer, Executive Director

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