||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 148 (Apr)
|| Lexis Citation 30
||European Court of Human Rights
Judge Garlicki (President), Judges Björgvinsson, Bratza, Hirvelä, Nicolaou, Bianku, Vucinic and L Early (Section Registrar)
||10 April 2012
Human rights - Inhuman or degrading treatment - Extradition - Applicants being accused of terrorist offences by United States government - Secretary of State ordering extradition of applicants to USA - Applicants contending detention conditions and length of possible sentences in US amounting to ill-treatment - Whether applicants' rights would be violated - European Convention on Human Rights, art 3.
Human rights Inhuman or degrading treatment. The European Court of Human Rights held that there would be no violation of art3 of the European Convention on Human Rights as a result of the conditions of detention at a certain prison and the length of the sentences the applicants faced, if convicted, were they were extradited to the United States of America.
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