Crofton Black, Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Crofton Black is a staff report with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and a consultant with extensive experience of complex investigations in the field of human rights abuses and counter-terrorism. He is a leading expert on the CIA’s rendition, detention and interrogation programme and a specialist in military and intelligence corporate contracting. He has a PhD in the history of philosophy from the University of London.
Articles by this author
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Revealed: Only 29 of 119 Detainees Tortured by CIA Remain in Guantánamo
Less than a quarter of the 119 detainees named in the US Senate’s summary report into the CIA’s secret torture programme remain in the military prison for the most “hardline” terror suspects – Guantánamo Bay – the Bureau has established. Milestone research by the Bureau and The Rendition Project...