Sep. 1, 2011 - As the Washington Post and others have reported today, an obscure court case in New York state has led to the disclosure of new details on CIA's extraordinary rendition program, in which the United States captured dozens of alleged terrorists and sent them to secret prisons overseas.
About 1,700 pages of documents have been filed in the case, which involves a billing dispute between two charter companies who had been hired to carry out the secret flights. The records include flight itineraries for Khalid Sheik Mohammed and others. As the head of one of the companies testified, "We were transporting government personnel and their invitees."
But what really caught our eye are potentially forged State Department letters authorizing the flights. The letters were sent to each air crew before flights and were signed by a State Department official who may not exist.
The letters were all signed by "Terry A. Hogan." (Here is one of them.) But the Associated Press says there are indications that Hogan "was fictitious": read more>>>
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