• Jeffrey S. Kaye|
• Jeffrey Kaye
• Dick Marty
"Extraordinary rendition" is the forced transfer of individuals from one legal jurisdiction to another without recourse to legal proceedings such as extradition. It is carried out in by the CIA in secret, often combined with kidnapping (for example, Mordechai Vanunu) and/or drug trafficking. The purpose of the transfer is to to circumvent the legal process, for example avoiding a formal extradition or circumventing restrictions about subjecting the individual to torture or murder. No one is known to have faced legal consequences for this practice.
At least far back as Allen Dulles, the US has carried out extraordinary rendition. An academic writing a Ph.D thesis was kidnapped by the CIA in USA and flown to Dominica where he was tortured and murdered.
War on Terror
The practice has greatly expanded in the climate of fear associated with the "War on Terror" and the number of cases is not publicly acknowledged, but is estimated[By whom?] to be at least several hundred per year.
Black sites in Europe
In January 2005, Swiss senator Dick Marty, representative at the Council of Europe in charge of the European investigations, concluded that 100 people had been kidnapped by the CIA in Europe — thus qualifying as ghost detainees — and then rendered to a country where they may have been tortured. Marty qualified the sequestration of Abu Omar in Milan in February 2003 as a "perfect example of extraordinary rendition."
The Guardian reported on 5 December 2005, that the government of the UK is "guilty of breaking international law if it knowingly allowed secret CIA "rendition" flights of terror suspects to land at UK airports, according to a report by American legal scholars."
- Full article: CIA/Drug trafficking
- Full article: CIA/Drug trafficking
The use of secret international flights for rendition must be seen in context of the CIA's long history of drug trafficking. At least two CIA aircraft used to transport prisoners were later used to transport tonnes of cocaine. In 2006, a DC-9 that landed in Mexico (later dubbed 'Cocaine 1') was found to have tonnes of the drug on board. as XC-LJZ. In 2007 a Gulfstream jet crashed in Mexico with between 3 and 6.3 tonnes of cocaine on board. It had been regularly used by the CIA for rendition to Guantanamo Bay.
Victims of Extraordinary rendition on Wikispooks
|Abu Omar||An Egyptian cleric who was kindnapped in Milan by the CIA in 2003 and sent to Egypt where he was subject to torture.|
|Aafia Siddiqui||Aafia Siddiqui is an American-educated Pakistani cognitive neuroscientist, tortured and raped for years by US forces, now serving a life sentence after a trial of a highly questionable nature.|
|Mordechai Vanunu||The former Israeli nuclear technician who, citing his opposition to weapons of mass destruction, revealed details of Israel's nuclear weapons program to the British press in 1986.He was captured by Mossad, kidnapped and subsequently imprisoned for 18 years, including 11 years in solitary confinement. He continues to be subject to harrassment and forbidden to speak to foreigners or to leave Israel.|
|Abu Zubaydah||A prisoner of the deep state, subjected to torture, denied legal process.|
|File:CIA Shannon Report 9 2 09.pdf||report||9 February 2008||Edward Horgan|
|Child Soldier Coerced Into Plea-Bargain||article||7 October 2010||Keith Jones|
|File:EU20060124Jdoc032006E.pdf||report||24 January 2006||Dick Marty|
|File:EUEdoc10957.pdf||report||12 June 2006|
|File:EUResolutionMarty.pdf||legal document||8 September 2011||Dick Marty|
|My CIA Rendition||statement||17 March 2011||Abu Omar|
|Secret detentions and illegal transfers of detainees involving Council of Europe member states: second report||webpage||11 June 2007||Dick Marty|
|The Rendition of Abu Omar||article||August 2007||John Foot|
|Torture Inquiry must reveal the Truth||article||7 July 2010||Peter Oborne|
- "Politycy nie pozwolili śledczym tropić lotów CIA – Rzeczpospolita". Rzeczpospolita (in Template:Error). 17 April 2009. Retrieved 17 July 2010.
- "Europe 'knew about' CIA flights". BBC News. 24 January 2006. Retrieved 7 September 2006.
- Wilkinson, Tracy (26 November 2005). "Europe in Uproar over CIA Operations". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 18 December 2005.[dead link]
- "CIA Flights in Europe: The Hunt for Hercules N8183J". Der Spiegel. Retrieved 18 December 2005.
- Cobain, Ian (5 December 2005). "Special Reports: UK 'breaking law' over CIA secret flights". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 18 December 2005.
- "British Tory MP Blasts Extraordinary Rendition, Says Britain Broke International Law and "Complicit in Torture" if Flights Passed Through UK". Democracy Now. 5 December 2005. Retrieved 18 December 2005.
- Y estrenan avión... decomisado Abel Barajas. Reforma. Mexico City: Dec 24, 2006. pg. 1
- Utilizan avión incautado Palabra. Saltillo, Mexico: Apr 11, 2007. pg. 16
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