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Dana Priest has an article in today's Washington Post about the C.I.A. moving terrorist suspects from one country to another for "detention and interrogation" -- torture? [wink, wink]. The process is called "rendition," thus the play in the Scribble on "rendering plant" and "road kill."
It's a fascinating story involving transport on a Gulfstream V turbojet with tail number N379P. The plane was owned by Premier Executive Transport Services, Inc., who's officers don't seem to exist. Check out the story.
One day some people in Bush's self-righteous administration are going to take a fall for having consented to torture.
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