Poland declines once again to answer questions on alleged CIA jails

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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:12 AM
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The European Court of Human Rights has been trying for five years to get the Polish Government to come clean on secret CIA jails on its soil. The claim of inhuman treatment and unlawful incarceration.


Saudi-born Abu Zubaydah, who alleged that, about a decade ago, he was held in a CIA-run facility in a forest in northern Poland and subjected to brutal interrogation.



The United States has acknowledged that it had facilities around the world where it held al Qaeda suspects. Keeping them on foreign soil meant the detainees were not entitled to the protection afforded under U.S. law.


www.reuters.com...




posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 04:25 AM
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This bull# has been going on for ages and is a complete cop out and blazing disregard for ones own standard.

On one hand the states (and others!) hold heads high as their cutting edge, pioneering politics and advanced society - paving the way for other countries, setting a high standard.
Then on the other hand, wave all those good things you stand for and deliberately perform, what would be illegal acts in their own country abroad.

Its disgusting.

"we are the way forward, look how much better we are than your cruel, 3rd world, backwards dark age countries, oh by the way can we torture people in your country please? ... because that stuff still flies over there with you savages" - they may as well not even pretend to be nice. they arnt fooling anyone anyway.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 06:27 AM
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Just wait until this isn't a purely political "gotcha" game with B.S. stakes even if it's proven true. They might actually start looking for truth on the black sites as if they meant to learn it.

Just wait till they ask about Thailand... Oh.. Err... Did I say that? (hops off real quick like) *poof*





 
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