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The CIA's most secret prison revealed

Friday, December 9, 2011

The CIA's most secret prison revealed


In the historic city of Bucharest, the CIA tortured and interrogated high-risk terrorists for years in a basement prison, under the nose of roughly two million Romanians.

An investigation carried out by reporters for the Associated Press led to the news organization revealing on Thursday that in the years after the September 11 terror attacks, the Central Intelligence Agency operated an underground holding center for some of the most sought after alleged terrorists. There in a small six-cell jail, prisoners such as al-Qaeda operative Khalid Sheikh Mohammed were beaten and detained, all unbeknownst to the citizens of Romania or American authorities outside of the CIA.

This revelation from the AP comes after officials have adamantly denied any such institution in the past..... MORE

SourceRT.com

URL: http://rt.com/usa/news/prison-revealed-cia-bucharest-371/

1 comment

Jesusa Bernardo said...

at masama ang romania noong panahon ng cold war kung kailan buo pa ang soviet union? idol ko talaga itong kalbong agila, oo. dinadala pa sa tinututa nilang mga bansa ang torture victims nila, ah.

"No, no. Impossible, impossible," Adrian Camarasan of the National Registry Office for Classified Information told Germany’s ARD television in an earlier interview. While Camarasan dismissed claims of a top-secret jail, former intelligence officials speaking under condition of anonymity now tell the AP that the prison did in fact exist, and did so right in the basement of the National Registry’s headquarters."

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