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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Italian Court Upholds CIA Convictions on Renditions

Italy upholds rendition convictions for 23 Americans
Ruling is world's first judicial review of CIA practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries

19 September 2012 - Italy's highest criminal court on Wednesday upheld the convictions of 23 Americans found guilty of kidnapping a Muslim cleric from a Milanese street and transferring him to a country where torture was permitted. The court of cassation's ruling is the final appeal in the world's first judicial review of the CIA practice of abducting terror suspects and transferring them to third countries, a practice also known as extraordinary rendition.

The 23 Americans were all convicted in absentia following a trial that lasted over three years. The verdict paves the way for the Italian government to seek redress and could put the Americans at risk of arrest if they travel to Europe.

"It went badly. It went very badly," lawyer Alessia Sorgato told the Associated Press. "Now they will ask for extradition." read more>>>

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