, Human Rights Examiner
Post 911 'War on Terror' torture business boom at expense of innocent targeted individuals
The international human rights group Reprieve unveiled on Thursday some 1700 documents provided by its investigators about the CIA's unlawful international kidnap-for-torture program, "rendition," the first overview of how the U.S. secret programme was structured, managed and profitable for corporations involved in torturing some of the so-called "terror suspects" as first reported by the Guardian. An analysis of the documents in relation to innocent Targeted Individuals in American communities listed as "terror suspects" since 911, numbering at least 350,000, has yet to be reported.
"These documents reveal how the CIA's secret network of torture sites was able to operate unchecked for so many years" stated the legal charity Reprieve legal director, Cori Crider.