UK government "dries out" its "water damaged" CIA torture files

The Foreign Office said it couldn't provide its files on secret CIA rendition of terrorism suspects for torture, because those files (and only those files) were "water-damaged." Read the rest

North Carolina town still protesting CIA rendition program, ten years later

Moms, priests, and peace-minded activists in a small North Carolina town haven't forgotten that a local aviation contractor was a key player in the CIA's “torture taxi” business. “I don’t want to live in a country that acts this way,” said Julia Elsee, 87, protesting at the Johnston County Airport. Read the rest

CIA torture victim more than just a leaked cable

When Wikileaks released classified US diplomatic cables, critics claimed it would harm innocent people. But what of the harm to innocents exposed by the documents?