Sunday, September 04, 2011

CIA worked with Libya in terror suspect renditions, documents show

Documents found in the offices of former head of Libyan intelligence also reveal MI6 gave Gaddafi regime information on dissidents
The CIA worked closely with Gaddafi’s intelligence services in renditions, documents show
 
The CIA worked closely with Gaddafi’s intelligence services in the rendition of terrorist suspects, documents show. Photograph: Mai/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image
 
The CIA worked closely with Muammar Gaddafi’s intelligence services in the rendition of terrorist suspects including Abdel-Hakim Belhaj, the rebel commander in Tripoli, according to documents found in Tripoli.

The documents, found in the offices of the former head of Libyan intelligence Musa Kusa, also show that MI6 gave Gaddafi’s regime information on Libyan dissidents living in the UK.

The files, uncovered by Human Rights Watch, provide details of the close relationship between western intelligence services, including MI6 and the CIA, and the ousted dictator’s regime.

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