How is this helping the "War on Terror"?

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

How is this helping the "War on Terror"?

Today's top headline story from
CIA 'has secret terror jails'

The CIA is holding some of its most important suspect al-Qaida captives in a network of secret prisons including one at a Soviet-era facility in Eastern Europe, the Washington Post reports.

According to the paper the locations of the facilities "are known to only a handful of officials in the United States and, usually, only to the president and a few top intelligence officers in each host country."

The facilities are referred to as "black sites" in classified White House, CIA, Justice Department and congressional documents, the Post said.
One simple question for the president-- is the "democracy" that we're trying to export around the world? to the Middle East? secret prisons that we can't have on our own shores because they're against our own rules?

Little Gitmos all over the world, well, except they're totally free from the critical eye of the media or the rest of the world. Something tells me Bush isn't going to taking any open questions from the WH press corp anytime soon.

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