Negative Publicity: Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition
, by counterterrorism investigator Crofton Black and photographer Edmund Clark, is a new book exploring the system of secret detention sites set up by the US Central Intelligence Agency to hold suspected terrorists after 9/11. It includes previously unpublished photographs and documents illuminating the network through which the covert detention program operated.
The work confronts the nature of contemporary warfare and the invisible mechanisms of state control and raises fundamental questions about the accountability and complicity of governments and corporations. Read more on the book here
is an expert on the CIA’s rendition, detention and interrogation program and a specialist in military and intelligence corporate contracting. He is a researcher and reporter at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in London.
is head of the International Crimes and Accountability program at ECCHR. His work includes legal action on crimes committed in the name of counter-terrorism, including torture, rendition and drone strikes.