An Algerian avionics expert, detained, on the USA-Canada border, six days before 11 Sept 2001: the innocent Benamar Benatta’s five-year saga of torture and despair nears closure as the Canadian Government prepares to negotiate compensation for the man, betrayed, whose human rights were trashed by two countries.

Caption: Benamar Benatta and his lawyer, Nicole Chrolavicius, who is the sister of the author of this article. The full article is available in the following PDF file (351kb).

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