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The CIA's Torture Network

THE CIA'S TORTURE NETWORK Following 9/11, the Bush administration authorized the CIA to abduct, detain, interrogate, and torture suspected terrorists. This was done in two ways: either by the CIA itself in secret prisons located outside of the U.S., or by transferring detainees to the custody of a foreign government through "extraordinary rendition." Fifty-four foreign governments participated in these operations according to the Open Society Foundations report, "Globalizing Torture." Allowed its airspace and airports to be used for extraordinary rendition operations Provided intellegence to the CIA or were otherwise involved with the extraordinary Captured individuals subsequently subjected to extraordinay rendition Detained, interrogated, and tortured prisoners or allowed CIA to do so Held detainees or hosted CIA prisons rendition of individuals within its borders Minimum number of individuals subjected to CIA secret 136 detention and/or extraordinary rendition operations CIC Design by Cameron Tulk Source: CANADIN INTTNONAL COUNCIL CaL AONAL CAHADA

The CIA's Torture Network

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OpenCanada maps out the 54 foreign governments involved in the CIA's secret detention and extraordinary rendition operations according to their culpability.


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