From Germany: a look at extraordinary rendition
A bitter debate over torture has erupted in Europe. Washington is believed to have used EU countries as transit points for moving terrorism suspects to clandestine locations where they may have been tortured. The Council of Europe and other organizations are now demanding answers -- from the US and European countries who looked the other way.
Spiegel Online's graphic map
showing suspected terror
flights in Europe.
(click for larger image)
British journalist Stephen Grey, who claims to have a list of the flight movements of CIA aircraft, says he has discovered 210 suspicious flights in England alone. In January 2003, the Austrian air force even sent up two fighter jets to check on a suspicious Hercules flying under registration number N8183J. An investigation later revealed that the plane had taken off from the Rhine-Main Airbase in Frankfurt and was operated by Tepper Aviation, which is considered a CIA front company.
so, now, as i posted yesterday, condi, the dominatrix, is heading to europe to stifle the controversy... how...? by honesty...? oh, heavens no... she's simply going to tell them this...
Rice will stress in public that Washington does not violate allies' sovereignty or break international law, and she will remind publics their governments are cooperating in a fight against militants who have bombed commuters in Madrid and London, senior U.S. officials said.
let's see... what does that remind me of...? oh, yeah... you're either with us or you're against us... yeah, that's it... Submit To Propeller
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