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CIA ran secret torture jail in Poland, rules European Court of Human Rights

Poland slammed for hosting CIA prisons

Europe's top human rights court has condemned Poland for hosting secret CIA prisons on its territory, saying Warsaw knowingly abetted unlawful imprisonment and torture of Guantanamo-bound detainees. The European Court of Human Rights ruled in ... MSN New Zealand, 1 hour ago

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Senators to Obama: CIA 'black site' secrecy threatens 9/11 case

WASHINGTON -- Two powerful Senate committee chairs told President Barack Obama earlier this year that the CIAs insistence on keeping secret how it treated prisoners under its enhanced interrogation program threatens the countrys ability to bring to ...
 Miami Herald2 months ago CIA secrecy over detention program threatens 911 prosecutions senators warned Obama  Big News Network2 months ago

Reflections and recommendations on truth, remedy and accountability as declassification of Senate Committee summary report on CIA secret detentions awaited.

SUMMARIES ARE NOT ENOUGH. FULL TRANSPARENCY REQUIRED The full updated SSCI report of its review into the CIA secret detention program consists of three volumes, runs to more than 6,600 pages, and has over 37,000 footnotes. According to the ...
 Amnesty International USA4 weeks ago
World Bulletin

Kicking and screaming: CIA declassification review of secret detention report awaited as global day against torture approaches

If words were all it took to end torture, we could be a lot more confident that the torturer is being put out of business. The USA is a case in point. Here is a country which ratified the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or ...
 Amnesty International USA4 weeks ago Amnesty report details America as torture central  World Bulletin2 months ago

German "double agent" spied for CIA - media

The 31-year-old BND employee, who was arrested on Wednesday, is believed to have stolen over 200 secret documents. "All the evidence shows that he has spied for the Americans… It's not a friendly act," the source told the newspaper. The BND is ...
 Voice of Russia2 weeks ago
Daily Caller

CIA Sued for Failing to Disclose Senate Torture-Probe Records

A pair of open-government advocates are suing the CIA for its continued secrecy regarding its alleged hacking of Senate computers, marking the latest escalation in a covert war raging between Congress and the Obama administration over Bush-era ...
 National Journal4 weeks ago CIA Told To Hand Over Torture Accounts  Daily Caller3 weeks ago Records Sought on CIA Fight With Senators  Courthouse News Service3 weeks ago The CIA Can't Control the Truth at Guantánamo Forever  American Civil Liberties Union1 month ago

CIA Torture Program Exposed: More Than a 100 Detainees Rendered by U.S. With Help from Allies Including Canada

With the National Security Agency (NSA) spying scandal continuing to make news, another secretive U.S. agency is now the subject of its own public humiliation. In early April, the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee (SIC) voted to partially ...
 Global Research1 month ago

Booted spy crisis puts White House, CIA ties under strain

US intelligence agencies have never been strangers to ugly controversies, from attempts to assassinate Cuba's Fidel Castro, to the use of interrogation practices that meet international definitions of torture, or the case for the 2003 invasion of ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago Spy flap frays CIA, White House ties  PR Web via Yahoo!1 week ago

Omar Khadr Loses Bid To Have Convictions Tossed In Light Of Secret Memo

TORONTO - Canada's Omar Khadr has lost his bid to have his war-crimes convictions tossed after the U.S. government argued a previously secret memo that raised questions about the legal underpinnings of his prosecution was irrelevant to his case. ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 week ago
Mother Jones

2008 Obama Would Have Slammed 2014 Obama for This Government Secrecy Case

During the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama hammered George W. Bush for . Obama promised that his would be . In particular, Obama criticized the Bush administration's use of a legal loophole known as the state secrets privilege. Citing this ...
 Mother Jones1 week ago June 26: Obama's vindictive war against Putin  Voice of Russia4 weeks ago A US Citizen Tortured Abroad by the FBI? -- 5 Cases of Extreme US Govt. Inhumanity in the Obama Era  AlterNet.org1 month ago
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