Thursday, December 15, 2005


No suspicion of wrongdoing

On 16 November 2005, a CN-235 plane N196D landed at Reykjavík Airport at 13:57 on its way from Wick, Scotland, and departed at 8:00 the next morning. The call number is linked to the company Devon Holding & Leasing, a front company for the CIA.

MP Helgi Hjörvar, called on Minister of Justice Björn Bjarnason to investigate. Minister Bjarnason responded, in letter format:

"According to the basic rules in this country there cannot be a public investigation without witnesses or suspicion of wrongdoing."
see Justice

Thanks for keeping an eye on the bad guys among us. Having once been Intelligence Operations Officer of our US 4th Armored Division, I can assure you that most people in our intelligence community are disgusted with our use of torture. In response to this outrage against humanity, a few of us started ""
Not only is the resulting information enormously flawed, but that sort of thing is just not done in a civilized country. If you want a peak into how professional interrogators work, you might read:"Talking with Victor Charlie" by Tourison. The book is out of print, but there are a few used ones floating around the web.
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