Commission concerned over secret trial proposals
The proposals recommend holding secret trials in civil cases and inquests so that Government can introduce sensitive material obtained by its security and intelligence services. The proposals have been prompted by the cases of Al-Rawi and Benyim Mohamed who claimed UK agents were complicit in their torture at Guantanamo Bay.
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