This video from Britain says about itself:
This video contains clips highlighting the denials made by the British Government concerning the use of UK territory in CIA rendition “torture” flights.
From icNorthants in Britain:
14:05, Aug 1 2008
David Miliband is facing fresh claims that the US imprisoned terror suspects on British territory.
Campaigners said the Foreign Secretary allowed himself to be “duped by the US on a colossal scale” following new claims of interrogation on Diego Garcia, a UK-controlled island in the Indian Ocean.
A former senior American official told Time magazine that in 2002 and possibly 2003, the US imprisoned and interrogated at least one terrorist suspect on the island.
Mr Miliband has repeatedly denied claims the US has detained terror suspects on British territory.
But the anonymous source, described as a frequent participant in White House Situation Room meetings, told Time a CIA counter-terrorism official twice said “high-value prisoners” had been held and questioned on the island.
Legal action charity Reprieve said the source proved British territory had been used for “kidnapping, extraordinary rendition, illegal imprisonment and possibly torture”.
Last month Mr Miliband said the US had pledged no further US intelligence flights had since landed on British territory.
For the tortured prisoners, it is to be feared that Mr Miliband is far too busy trying to topple Gordon Brown as “new” Labour leader and Prime Minister to do anything positive for them. By the way, polls say that, if Miliband would succeed, he would be an even more unpopular Prime Minister than Brown. Meaning, probably, that in a general election under Miliband, Labour would get even less than the twenty seats predicted based on by-election votes under Brown.
Talking about those nazis, their British sister party, the BNP, just won more votes than Thatcherite-Blairite-Brownite-Milibandite “new” Labour in the latest by-election. From the Market Rasen Mail in Britain:
In fourth place was the British National Party’s Rob West, from Holbeach, whose 219 votes knocked Labour’s Michael Preen into fifth place (75 votes)