European Commissioner: In Poland, work hidden bullpen CIA

European Commissioner: In Poland, work secret CIA prisons

Polish television reporters were able to get information to demonstrate that the countries are working on the ground hidden bullpen CIA. The announcement of this was made at a public television TVP1 in the program Panorama.

Exclusive interview in this program gave commissioner EU Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg. He argues that it is clear which specific individuals were kept in these lock-up and what methods were used during the interrogations. Commissioner informed the Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski collected info and asked him for diplomatic assistance.

According to Hammarberg, hidden in the bullpen CIA Poland worked from December 2002 to September 2003. In Poland there were two important prisoners — Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri and Abu Zubaydah. According to some reports, they were tortured during interrogation.

Commissioner stressed that the fight against terrorism must be only legitimate ways because, violating human rights, the judges themselves are beginning to take advantage of these same ways as terrorists, reports DELFI.

Earlier, the human rights group Amnesty International called on Lithuania to complete the investigation of suspected that was at the location of the country by the CIA for covert bullpen terrorists.

The statement said the AI, "Lithuania will not be covered by the terms of 'state Undercover" and thus discourage tribute to investigate the facts of disappearances and ruthless appeal to them. "

Amnesty International's expert on counter-terrorism in Europe Julia Hall said that human rights defenders have the latest information on flights in 2004-2005 from the capital of Morocco to Vilnius aircraft that participated in the covert CIA program there on the transport of prisoners. In the capital of Lithuania could then be delivered to some Palestinian incorrectly considered one of the favorites, "Al-Qaeda".

The Prosecutor's Office of Lithuania stated that "closely examine" the information provided by human rights activists.

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