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Actuality (Uncut Material)
Chantal Sundaram, Presumption of Innocence Project, Faisal Kutty, Human Rights activist and lawyer, Peter Tabuns, NDP MPP, Zafar Bangash, Muslim community leader, Peter Leibovitch, United Steelworkers, Shelley Melanson, Canadian Federation of Students  Contact Contributor
The Presumption of Innocence Project, a civil liberties group, held a media conference at Queen's Park to challenge the conditions of detention for three men who are part of the so-called "Toronto 18" - a group of Muslim men and boys who were arrested in June 2006 and
accused of terror-related activity.

Fahim Ahmad, Zakaria Amara and Mohammed Dirie have now been held in solitary confinement for more than 800 days. Prisoner rights advocates argue that 30 days is the maximum length of time anyone should ever be held in solitary confinement, after which serious mental health risks develop.

Listen to unedited audio from the press conference.

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00:22:00 1 Sept. 24, 2008
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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