On Tuesday, Rep. Alan Grayson hosted a Congressional briefing with Rafiq ur Rehman and two of his children, who say they lost their grandmother in a North Waziristan drone strike last year.
The Rehmans were joined by Robert Greenwald, director of Unmanned: America's Drone Wars.
Earlier this week, the Rehman family's claims were featured prominently in a new Amnesty International report, which has been criticized for its accuracy. (Amnesty International had no involvement in the Tuesday briefing; the family has been working with Reprieve, a British human rights group, to tell its story and travel to DC.)
These are excerpts from their testimony:
Watch the full briefing here:
Note: This post has been updated to include criticisms of Amnesty International's telling of the Rehman family story. (10/29/13)
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