This September 2015 video says about itself:
Interview with Stephen Grey, author of ”Ghost Plane: The True Story of the CIA Rendition and Torture Program”.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Government challenged over ‘damaged’ Diego Garcia evidence
Friday 18th July 2014
Foreign Office ministers Mark Simmonds and Tobias Ellwood both told MPs this week that “extremely heavy weather in June 2014” had damaged flight records held in Diego Garcia, a British territory which the government has admitted was used by CIA aircraft carrying detainees as part of its programme of “extraordinary rendition.”
However, records from a US commercial weather service obtained by legal action charity Reprieve show that the total rainfall for the month was well below average.
Legal charity Reprieve’s Cori Crider said: “Perhaps there is a microclimate over the hut on Diego Garcia where all the embarrassing files are kept? The Foreign and Commonwealth Office needs to hand the documents over to Parliament before some other invisible monsoon strikes.”
President Obama is allowing a dozen current and former CIA officials access to the still-classified Internal Panetta Review—a document which contains evidence of state torture of hitherto unknown proportions: here.