Allegations that the CIA illegally transported terror suspects across European borders are “credible,” the Council of Europe said in a report this week. Swiss representative Dick Marty, who heads the watchdog agency’s human-rights committee and wrote the report, criticized U.S. officials—including Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice—for their refusal to address the allegations. Marty said he believes the U.S. is no longer holding detainees in secret prisons on European territory. They were apparently transferred to North Africa in November, he said, after reports of the “black sites” surfaced.
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