More on the Italian prosecution on a USAF colonel

You’ll recollect a while ago I posted about  USAF Demands Italy Lay Off Colonel in CIA Milan Caper

Here is an update from the Washington Post.  Apparently the Italians didn’t put much stock in the U.S. arguments.  The lieutenant colonel along with 22 others has been convicted.

An Italian court on Wednesday convicted 22 CIA operatives and a U.S. Air Force colonel of orchestrating the kidnapping of a Muslim cleric in Milan in 2003 and flying him to Egypt, where he said he was later tortured.


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