Lightening the Load of the Parental Death Penalty on Children
Oliver Robertson and Rachel Brett, 2013
One of the little-asked questions in debates over the death penalty is what happens to the children of the offender. The arrest, sentencing and (potential)execution of a parent affect children greatly, but they receive little consideration and less support.
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Ethics Abandoned: Medical Professionalism and Detainee Abuse in the War on Terror
Institute on Medicine as a Profession, 2013
The report is based on two years of review of records in the public domain by a 19-member task force. The report details how DoD and CIA policies institutionalized a variety of interventions by military and intelligence agency doctors and psychologists that breach ethical standards to promote well-being and avoid harm.