Thursday, June 07, 2007

Der. This is a surprise?
Secret CIA prisons confirmed by Polish and Romanian officials
Stephen Grey
Thursday June 7, 2007
Guardian Unlimited

The CIA operated secret prisons in Europe where terrorism suspects could be interrogated and were allegedly tortured, an official inquiry will conclude tomorrow.

Despite denials by their governments, senior security officials in Poland and Romania have confirmed to investigators for the Council of Europe that their countries were used to hold some of America's most important prisoners captured after 9/11 in secret.

None of the prisoners had access to the Red Cross and many were subject to what George Bush has called the CIA's "enhanced" interrogation methods. These included water-boarding which leads detainees to believe they are drowning, which critics have condemned as severe torture.

At least I guess we should be thankful they're admitting it now.


At 4:31 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

"Enhanced Interrogation Methods". Good name for a band.

At 5:21 PM, Blogger Ashen Shard said...

"Enhanced interrogation methods" is about as innocent as the phrase "final solution". Say that to a Republican/conservative and watch them pop an artery.


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