US CIA uses Jordan for torture of prisoners


This video from the USA is called Bush Torture Interview. it says about itself:

On a MSNBC interview, Bush says he is violating international laws against torture “for our protection”.

By Joe Kay:

US intelligence agency uses Jordan for torture of prisoners

8 December 2007

The revelation that the CIA organized the destruction of videotapes documenting the interrogation of prisoners at secret CIA detention facilities abroad has focused attention on one aspect of the US torture program. Another important component is the policy of “extraordinary rendition”—the transfer of prisoners to the control of other countries that specialize in torture.

One of the countries that has been most frequently used by the CIA in this way is Jordan, a key US ally in the Middle East. An article in the Washington Post published on Saturday (“Jordan’s Spy Agency: Holding Cell for the CIA” by Craig Whitlock) documents the close relationship that has developed over the past seven years.

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