This video says about itself:
2 Apr 2012
Last week saw a revival of the scandal surrounding an alleged CIA secret prison in Poland – something the country’s officials have always strongly denied existed. The first charges have reportedly been brought against the country’s former intelligence chief for allowing the site. For more on this RT’s joined by former CIA officer Raymond McGovern.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Rights court hears US torture charge
Tuesday 3rd December 2013
A rare public airing over secret network of CIA prisons used to interrogate terror suspects in ECHR
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg gave a rare public airing to the secret network of CIA prisons used to interrogate terror suspects.
Lawyers for two detainees of the US Guantanamo Bay concentration camp have accused Poland of human rights abuses.
One of the cases concerns Saudi national Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who faces terror charges in the US for the alleged orchestration of an al-Qaida attack on the USS Cole warship in 2000.
The second case involves Palestinian Abu Zubaydah, who has never been charged with any crime.
They claim they were subjected to waterboarding, prolonged stress positions and other extreme abuses and are asking the court to condemn Poland for the abuse of rights guaranteed by Europe’s Convention on Human Rights.
Former CIA officials have admitted that a black site prison operated in Poland from December 2002 to autumn 2003.
However, Polish leaders at the time – former president Aleksander Kwasniewski and former prime minister Leszek Miller – denied the prison’s existence.
Contrary to Obama’s promises, the US military still allows torture: here.
- Terror suspects sue Poland for conniving in CIA torture (voiceofrussia.com)
- Europe rights court to hear of secret CIA prisons (timesofisrael.com)
- Polish CIA interrogation case being heard (radionz.co.nz)