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Friday, January 21, 2011

Terror suspect gets victim status

Terror suspect gets victim status in Polish probe

2011-01-20 - Lawyers for a Palestinian terrorism suspect being held at Guantanamo Bay have won the right to review evidence and call witnesses in a criminal investigation about a secret CIA prison in Poland where terrorist suspects allegedly were abused.

The case is being closely watched by human rights groups because Poland is the only country known to be investigating the secret CIA operation that spirited terrorism suspects across the globe and subjected them to harsh interrogation methods after Sept. 11, 2001.

Polish prosecutor Robert Majewski said Thursday that suspect Abu Zubaydah, an alleged facilitator for al-Qaida, has received so-called "victim status" in the criminal investigation into the CIA prison in Poland. That gives his lawyers access to proceedings, allowing them to review evidence and call witnesses.

Majewski said victim status does not necessarily mean that the investigation will conclude that the suspect was abused in Poland.

"Until there is a court verdict, these are only allegations," he said. "It may come out in the course of the investigation that he is not a victim. The investigation will show whether these facts took place indeed." {continued}

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