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WASHINGTON — The United States said Wednesday it is "disappointed" with the convictions in Italy of 23 US and two Italian secret agents for the CIA's kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in 2003.
"We are disappointed by the verdicts against the Americans and Italians charged in Milan for their alleged involvement in the case involving Egyptian cleric Abu Omar," State Department spokesman Ian Kelly told reporters.
He declined to comment further pending a written opinion from the judge. He expected the case to be appealed.
The CIA's Milan station chief at the time, Robert Seldon Lad
Originally posted by endisnighe
Now our country, the US, is the largest propaganda machine ever imagined. We are bombarded 24/7 by media, everywhere you look it is overwhelming.
Sometimes I wish I never awoke, because I have a hard time holding in my anger. Just watching the news you have to look at it as 5% truth, 45% spin and 50% outright lies.
I should have taken the BLUE pill!