Lawyer's house arrest for 787 days illegal, says UN
The Morning Standard|October 01, 2021
THE United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights on Thursday said the continuing house arrest of Steven Donziger, an American activist-lawyer who won a landmark case against oil giant Chevron in Ecuador, is illegal under international law.

He has been under house arrest for close to 800 days. The UN body has called on the US to release him.

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