Rendition To Syria

A Canadian engineer who was rendered by the United States to Syria for torture in 2002 has been fully cleared of all the terrorism charges against him.

The report is aimed primarily at Canada’s own government and activities, rather than the U.S. government, which refused to cooperate in the inquiry. But its conclusions draw more attention to the Bush administration’s handling of terror suspects, at a time that the White House and Congress are contesting legislation that would set standards for the treatment and interrogation of prisoners.

This is not the first such case, and not nearly the last. You can read it all here.


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