12.02.2014 - The attorney general has extended the deadline till June of the six year old investigation into allegations that a CIA prison was operated in Poland, where terrorist suspects were held and tortured.
"The attorney general has considered the request by prosecutors in Krakow for an extension of the proceedings as reasonable," attorney general spokesman Mateusz Martyniuk has told the PAP news agency.
The investigation was planned to end on 11 February but Attorney General Andrzej Seremet has now extended the probe to 11 June.
On Tuesday, prosecutors in Krakow, where the investigation is taking place, said they had asked for legal assistance from "three European countries", though refused to name which ones. read more>>>