Secret Prisons

Some articles on secret prisons, secret, secret prison:

Extraordinary Rendition - Reported Methodology - "Black Sites" - Criticisms of The Washington Post's Decision To Withhold Locations of The Black Sites
... A comment by FAIR on The Washington Post's decision to withhold the locations of these secret prisons was that since the revelations "could open the U.S ... and thereby the Post is enabling the rendition, secret detention, and torture of prisoners at these locations to continue ... the Washington Post’s Dana Priest revealed the existence of the CIA’s secret prison network in November 2005." "Former European and US intelligence officials indicate that the secret prisons ...
Mary Mc Carthy (CIA) - Leak Scandal - Black Sites
... that the "leak pertained to stories on the CIA's rumored secret prisons in Eastern Europe", commonly known as black sites ... the case involved in part information about secret CIA detention centers that was given to The Washington Post." McCarthy denies being the source of that information. 25, the Washington Post reported that McCarthy's leaks had nothing to do with secret prisons "Though McCarthy acknowledged having contact with reporters, a ...

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