London's Sunday Times
is reporting on a special gulfstream jet that it claims the US is using for flying knocked out prisoners to countries where they will be tortured.
The movements of the Gulfstream 5 leased by agents from the United States defence department and the CIA are detailed in confidential logs obtained by The Sunday Times which cover more than 300 flights.
Countries with poor human rights records to which the Americans have delivered prisoners include Egypt, Syria and Uzbekistan, according to the files.
Witnesses have claimed that the suspects are frequently bound, gagged and sedated before being put on board the planes.
Witnesses described seeing the prisoners handed to US agents whose faces were masked by hoods. The clothes of the handcuffed prisoners were cut off and they were dressed in nappies covered by orange overalls before being forcibly given sedatives by suppository.
Oh come now. Suppositories? You'd think the CIA would have something a little more advanced than having to stick something up a prisoners ass.
As for torture, I'm all for it. Should I be ashamed if we're burning someone with a cigarette that knows the plans for the next 9/11 style attack and I'm not disgusted by it?
Tipped by: Interested-Participant who also has some comments on torture.