extraordinary rendition

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extraordinary rendition

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the process by which a country seizes a person assumed to be involved in terrorist activity and then transports him or her for interrogation to a country where due process of law is unlikely to be respected
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Gina Haspel dishonored our country and disgraced herself by participating in the CIA torture program and the destruction of criminal evidence," Wells Dixon of the Center on Constitutional Rights told (https://www.
CIA torture whistleblower John Kiriakou remained open to the US having some say in Syrian matters, but only through diplomatic means.
Calling the ruling "disappointing", the ACLU said in a statement that the decision kept the "full truth about the CIA torture program from the American public.
Unlike video evidence of CIA torture at its undocumented 'black site' prisons that were destroyed in 2005 by a senior official, the CIA is said to retain the photographs.
The CIA torture and detention programme did not produce information that disrupted a single terrorist attack.
Human Rights Watch has called on the Obama administration to launch a new and credible investigation into Bush-era CIA torture.
pointing to Obama's extrajudicial drone assassinations, CIA torture, illegal detentions, and alleged systemic police brutality against blacks.
leaves the Senate floor after speaking about the CIA torture report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee Dec.
With the revelation of the CIA torture report, Washington has lost its credibility and is not in a moral position to give others lessons on good governance.
s involvement goes beyond providing a stopover for CIA torture flights.
FORMER attorney general Dominic Grieve has said "egregious" behaviour like the CIA torture techniques would not occur in Britain because of the European Convention on Human Rights.