Thursday, November 03, 2005

The Guardian
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - The European Commission said Thursday it will investigate reports that the CIA set up secret jails in eastern Europe.
European Union spokesman Friso Roscam Abbing said the EU head office would informally question the 25 national governments over the reports.

"We have to find out what is exactly happening. We have all heard about this then we have to see if it is confirmed.'' He said if such secret prisons existed, they would violate EU human rights rules.

1 comment:

Max Lybbert said...

I'm outraged. Let's call for an investigation into who leaked this confidential information! When I read the Libby indictment, I learned that revealing classified information can make it harder for the CIA to do its job in the future!