What really goes on in the CIA’s “black-site” prisons?

2845Logo e1354323738840 What really goes on in the CIA’s “black site” prisons?

Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn unsealed an indictment Wednesday charging Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Adam Harun with six terrorism-related counts. The announcement that Harun is in U.S. custody in New York may also shed light on a small part of one of the most secretive aspects of U.S. counterterrorism operations during the Bush administration: What became of terror suspects held by the CIA in its network of “black-site” prisons around the world? Or disappeared into foreign cells in extraordinary renditions? With their indictment of Harun, prosecutors offered a basic account of how the 43-year-old Nigerian – described as “a prototype al-Qaida Operative” – spent the last decade. He fought U.S. forces in Afghanistan, prosecutors said, before leaving for Africa, where he allegedly conspired to bomb U.S. diplomatic facilities. Harun, also known by his alias Spin Ghul, eventually wound up in Libyan prison for six years before he was released amid the turmoil of the uprising against Muammar Qaddafi.Continue Reading…

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What really goes on in the CIA’s “black-site” prisons?

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