MORE ABOUT THE "GHOST PLANES"
The True Story of the CIA Torture Program
"Muslim Says He Was Abducted by U.S.,"
CBS News, November 28, 2006
"German Plaintiff Appeals Court Ruling in Torture Case"
NPR, November 28, 2006
"The Wronged Man: Unjustly Imprisoned and Mistreated, Khaled al-Masri Wants Answers the U.S. Government Doesn't Want to Give"
The Washington Post, November 28, 2006
"Man Mistakenly Abducted by CIA Seeks Redress"
The New York Times, November 29, 2006
"Alleged Torture Victim Speaks to Press"
Associated Press, November 29, 2006
"Appeals court hears case alleging CIA torture of German man"
Associated Press, November 28, 2006
Trial Sought On Abduction Claim
Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 24, 2006
Our Dirty Little Torture Secret
Officially, Britain disapproves of rendition, the CIA’s shadowy capture and transport of terror suspects.
The Sunday Times, October 22, 2006
CIA Still Holding 'Ghost' Captives
America relives the horror of 9/11
Stephen Grey and Sarah Baxter
The Sunday Times, September 10, 2006
The CIA's Travel Agent
The New Yorker, October 30, 2006
The secret history of America's "extraordinary rendition" program.
The New Yorker, February 14, 2005
Aboard Air CIA
Michael Hirsh, Mark Hosenball and John Barry
Newsweek, February 28, 2005
New Statesman, May 17, 2004
United States: Trade in Torture
Le Monde Diplomatique, April 2005
CIA Expanding Terror Battle under Guise of Charter Flights
Scott Shane, Stephen Grey and Margot Williams
The New York Times, May 31, 2005
Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, New York University School of Law