Friday, November 20, 2009

CIA Black Site in Lithuania?

Allegations flew Wednesday that a Lithuanian horseback riding school served as a CIA front for the interrogation of Al-Qaeda suspects. Up to eight suspects at a time were kept at the facility claimed ABC News, citing unnamed Lithuanian government officials.
Lithuanian lawmakers launched an inquiry earlier this month, interviewing numerous horses at the facility, as well as waterboarding a dozen teenage riders clad in shumaghs and dish-dash-ahs who previously claimed their interest in the facility was strictly equestrian.

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