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The Gulfstream IV’s itinerary, as well as the $339,228.05 price tag for the journey, are among the details of shadowy CIA flights that have emerged in a small Upstate New York courthouse in a billing dispute between contractors. The court documents offer a rare glimpse of the costs and operations of the controversial rendition program.
For all the secrecy that once surrounded the CIA program, a significant part of its operation was entrusted to very small aviation companies whose previous experience involved flying sports teams across the country.
Originally posted by Fractured.Facade
The USA does not torture... We secretly send detainees to foreign countries that will do it for us.
So, which is worse, openly torturing humans, or secretly doing it?
Originally posted by Openeye
reply to post by sbctinfantry
Thanks for posting this.
I think it is funny that these companies went to court, not to reveal what was going on but to get what was owed to them. Typical capitalist attitude.
"So the CIA has been kidnapping people and flying them to other countries to be tortured on our dime, and you know what your honor...they did not pay us the full amount for helping them commit human right violations! We want what we are owed!"
They have again shown they do not care about human beings, only profit.
This program needs to stop! It has been going on for more than 10 years and it shows no signs of slowing down.