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CIA can't use danish Airspace
The American intelligence service CIA cannot use danish airspace when they transport suspected terrorist around the world.
Denmark has made it clear to USA, says danish foreign minister Per Sig Møller.
That happens after it has made clear that CIA several times since 2001, apparently in secret had used danish airspace in connection with transport of suspected terrorists.
It is against international conventions.
24 secret prisons around the world.
The information around the secret flights came in May when transport minister Flemming Hansen confirmed that a series of civilian aircrafts, that is put in connection with the intelligence service has, had flown in danish airspace.
The transport minister does say that Denmark knew the flight planes, but that the government did not know who was on board in the planes or what purpose they had when they reached the end destinations .
CIA is believed to have 24 secret prisons around the world.
Originally posted by WestPoint23
Well that is a huge setback I mean where else could they fly Denmark is blocking everything. Maybe they can fly around it?
[edit on 27-8-2005 by WestPoint23]
Maybe its a principals thing, a nation trying to dissacociate itself from flights that may well lead to the torture of the people involved.