Date registered: Apr 2006
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Location: the pale blue dot
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At a news conference he denounced the practice as "criminal acts" which "run counter to the laws that prevail in all civilised countries today".
He cited the case of the Egyptian political refugee, Abu Omar, who was, he said, abducted by the CIA in the middle of the Italian city, Milan, flown to Egypt and then tortured.
The report said his case was just one part of "a great deal of coherent, convergent evidence pointing to the existence of a system of 'relocation' or 'outsourcing' of torture".
Mr Marty singled out the Italian judiciary for praise and said the CIA kidnapping had "completely destroyed" an Italian police investigation into Abu Omar and his associates.
In another case, a German man was said to have been kidnapped in Macedonia and taken to Afghanistan.
Don't worry these international terrorists have their own planes , so the profile of them is not on the airlines hit list (sweaty or not)
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