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Tuesday, December 06, 2005

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 CIA prisons moved out of Europe

Two CIA secret prisons were operating in Eastern Europe until last month when they were shut down following Human Rights Watch reports of their existence in Poland and Romania:
Current and former CIA officers speaking to ABC News on the condition of confidentiality say the United States scrambled to get all the suspects off European soil before Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived there today. The officers say 11 top al Qaeda suspects have now been moved to a new CIA facility in the North African desert.

I'm sure that while they are there the prisoners will learn all about America's "culture of life."

2 Comments:

Blogger The Un-Apologetic Atheist said...

I'm definitely no fan of the Bush administration, but this takes the cake, for me. Every time I read about it, it still blows my mind that it didn't occur to anyone in the admin that perhaps building a detention center in Poland might be a bad idea.

Wonder how far, in kilometers, our camp was from Sobibor, Treblinka, and Auschwitz?

2:37 PM  
Blogger The Un-Apologetic Atheist said...

Ack, I forgot Belzec, Poland. Apologies to the families and friends of the 600,000 who were sent to the camp there who never returned home.

Seriously, what were we thinking??

2:45 PM  

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