Monday, November 28, 2005
Dick Marty investigates
Pressure has grown on all sides in the past week to explain dozens of flights criss-crossing the continent by CIA planes, some suspected of delivering prisoners to jails in third countries where they may have been mistreated or tortured.
It doesn't seem like the U.S. government is helping us in this case," said Marty, who is looking into suspect flights by 31 aircraft.
"They can't confirm or deny. They say they are at war, so it will be difficult to obtain information from their side," he told reporters.
"It's a pity , because a certain transparency would be to the advantage of everybody, including the U.S."
The original Reuters, see also Barry, one more
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