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

Comments:
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 "veteransagainsttorture.com"
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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