posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 04:32 AM
I am not aware if this has come to you attention yet; the United Nations has lately been conducting an investigation against Sweden concerning
two citizens from Egypt - Ahmed Agiza and Muhammed Al-Zery. Both of them accused of terrorism, but without any substantial evidence which has been
presented. The United Nations has accused Sweden of breaking fundamental human rights and exposing these two citizens for severe torture.
This is a top-level political case, involving the United States of America, and one of their governmental agencies. Journalists in Sweden have been
writing about this particular case, and very delicate information has emerged to the public. According to journalists, the Swedish government has been
lying about what really happened. Documents show that an United States of America agency was permitted – by Anna Lindh, a Swedish politician which
was murdered – to land with an airplane on the Bromma airport in Sweden, kidnap the citizens of Egypt - who were located in Sweden at this time -
and transport them to a prison in Egypt. If you are in any way inquired of what the human rights say, one cannot send back citizens to a country where
they will be exposed to torture, death et cetera.
So, basically, we have the Swedish government involved, the United Nations and not to forget, an agency from the United States of America – which
has yet not been named in the Swedish media. These kinds of things often have tendencies to blow up to great proportions.
So, I have written to journalists, located both in Sweden and the United States of America, but I haven't received any reply from any of them. So, I
wanted to check if any board member has any further information on this issue? I'll be requesting official documents from the government in Sweden
soon, and if someone is able and interested, I'd like to obtain information from the United States of America concerning this particular case (can't
get any information until agency is revealed yet, though).