This morning, the cover-up ended.

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The European Court of Human Rights held that Mr. Masri's forcible disappearance, kidnapping and covert transfer without legal process to United States custody nine years ago violated the most basic guarantees of human decency. Notably, the court found that the treatment suffered by Mr. Masri in 2003 "at the hands of the special C.I.A. rendition team," at an airport in Skopje, the capital of the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, "amounted to torture."

see Rendition Condemned

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