The Associated Press reports that a Swiss lawmaker claims to have evidence that the U.S. is indeed “rendering” detainees outside of any criminal justice system.

A Swiss investigator probing claims of secret CIA prisons in Europe said his committee has evidence that supports allegations that prisoners were transferred between countries and temporarily held “without any judicial involvement.”

“Legal proceedings in progress in certain countries seemed to indicate that individuals had been abducted and transferred to other countries without respect for any legal standards,” lawmaker Dick Marty said in a written report summarizing his investigations so far.

Marty told a news conference he believed the United States was no longer holding prisoners clandestinely in Europe and he believed they were moved to North Africa in early November, when reports about secret U.S. prisons first emerged in The Washington Post. He did not provide any other details.

Stay tuned …

5 thoughts on “Busted

  1. Time to Stop Psychologist Torture of Anti-Bush dissendents in the US
    Bush and his cronies are doing the same in the US – my story can be found at http://www.balancingtheissues.com click under court documents.

    Why would James Moseley of the Dallas Court of Appeals believe he can file a criminal complaint against someone and be the judge in the case all at the same time in a case which involved the shutting down of an anti-Bush web page unless he is relying on the fact the his co-judge on the case is Elizabeth Lang-Miers sisteinlaw to Harriet Miers – counsel to President George Bush

    Bobby WIghtman-Cervantes

  2. I don’t need evidence. I’ve seen enough to know that established laws will not act as an impediment to Bush in carrying out his agenda. Bush has no regard for the law and will circumvent it at every opportunity where detection can be hidden or obscured, if it serves his purpose. Bush is deceitful like the sycophants that surround him.

  3. Moved to north africa….sounds like bush made a deal with those rapists in Sudan. Now I understand why they were so friendly with those awful men in Khartoum.

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