Alessio Bruni, of Italy, Committee expert on U.S. review, and Claudio Grossman, of Chile, Chairperson of the U.N. Committee against Torture (left and right), speak during a press conference by the U.N. Committee against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland on Nov. 28, 2014. The anti-torture panel said it was deeply concerned by the high incidence of police brutality and shootings in the United States, especially against African Americans, over the harsh conditions in many prisons, and the interrogation methods used on detainees.
Alessio Bruni, of Italy, Committee expert on U.S. review, and Claudio Grossman, of Chile, Chairperson of the U.N. Committee against Torture (left and right), speak during a press conference by the U.N. Committee against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland on Nov. 28, 2014. The anti-torture panel said it was deeply concerned by the high incidence of police brutality and shootings in the United States, especially against African Americans, over the harsh conditions in many prisons, and the interrogation methods used on detainees. McClatchy
Alessio Bruni, of Italy, Committee expert on U.S. review, and Claudio Grossman, of Chile, Chairperson of the U.N. Committee against Torture (left and right), speak during a press conference by the U.N. Committee against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland on Nov. 28, 2014. The anti-torture panel said it was deeply concerned by the high incidence of police brutality and shootings in the United States, especially against African Americans, over the harsh conditions in many prisons, and the interrogation methods used on detainees. McClatchy

U.S. shootings by police, prison conditions trouble U.N.

November 28, 2014 7:00 PM