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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Finland and the CIA prisoner flights

Finland seen to be reluctant to act on information on possible CIA prisoner flights

List of suspicious flights hidden away in archive for five years

13.11.2011 - The poor formulation of a question, the unwillingness of the United States to cooperate, upcoming elections, and the letter of the law – these are some of the reasons given by Finland for not acting on information on suspected “extraordinary rendition” flights by the United States Central Intelligence Agency, which are believed to have made stopovers in Finland.

The Council of Europe, the main European body promoting human rights, gave Finland a list of registration numbers of 41 suspicious planes already in 2006.

Dick Marty, who investigated the flights on behalf of the Council of Europe, asked Finland to examine the routes and landing times of the planes in question. In effect, he was asking for the same information that the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs published just over a week ago. read more>>>

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