Poland is the only one of the alleged hosts of the CIA "black sites" which has a criminal investigation open. If the case goes to trial it could implicate senior political figures and complicate relations with its U.S. allies.
12 June 2013 - Polish prosecutors have extended until early October the five-year-old criminal investigation into allegations that the CIA ran secret jails on Polish soil, a case human rights campaigners say the authorities are deliberately dragging out.
The United States has acknowledged using a network of facilities in several foreign countries to detain suspects who threatened national security in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on U.S. cities. read more>>>