For two years in a secret prison in Romania, the CIA tortured the Saudis | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


For two years in a secret prison in Romania, the CIA tortured the Saudis

ROMANIA and Lithuania allowed their secret prisons to be located in secret US prisons where Palestinian and Saudi Arabian citizens were detained and abused, the European Court of Human Rights, headquartered in Strasbourg, today ruled.

The court said the Saudi Arabian citizen Abd al-Rahim Al-Nashiri, who was later sent to jail in Guantanamo Bay, was detained and abused in Romania from September 2003 to October 2005.

The court therefore called on Romania to investigate the case and punish those responsible, but, as the agency notes, Bucharest denies that such facilities were located in the US Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ).

The court reportedly said that Lithuania on its territory provided for the CIA prison from February 2005 to March 2006, where Palestinian Abu Zubaydah was detained, suspected of planning attacks on September 11, 2001.

Al Nasiri's lawyer characterized the court's ruling as "a harsh outcry against the embarrassing attempts of Romania" to conceal that she had secured the existence of a secret CIA prison in her own territory , reports Tanjug.

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