Human Rights Panel Criticizes Blacklisting Methods
The Council of Europe’s legal committee urged an international overhaul of regulations for blacklisting individuals and groups to provide them access to evidence, rights to a fair trial or impartial review within a reasonable time, and compensation for wrongful designation as a terrorist.
Wow. This seems so common sense. Why would it seem so strange then if the US Supreme Court were to say the same thing at a press conference tomorrow? It’s pretty sad that it would be a complete surprise. A shock to some indeed.
I’m not sure yet what the implications of this may be, but maybe the EU could set a good example.
I’m going to bed.