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a most sincere message to an italian court. go fuck yourself commie shits. VIVA EL DUCE!

The Americans were tried in absentia, in the first trial involving extraordinary rendition, the CIA’s practice of transferring suspects to countries where torture is permitted

I have to be honest here. I do not care.  Why the F*** should I care?  And why should the Italians care?  I’m going to protest.  No pizza for a monthtwo weeks okay, no pizza for a week. There’s gotta be a better way to protest and voice my displeasure with Italy.

The Italians should spend more time with important things like beautiful Italian women. And they need to get rid of the immigrant leaches they’re supporting and spend serious money on the restoration of parts and saving the rest of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Money shortages have had a serious impact on the upkeep of these world treasures.  That’s what’s important.  Not worrying about how our guys in the CIA go about protecting our country.

I think our guys should do a hit on their idiot court. Send a message. Screw with the firm and you screw yourself and maybe your family too.

That should go double for these ass wipes who, had I the weapons and the skill and the training, would happily do my country the favor of taking them out.  Oh how I’d enjoy that. Damn. If only.  Yeah, that’s how much filled with raging hate for these insects I am.  I don’t understand why our guys aren’t deleting them. 


Human rights activists praise decision

US and international human rights groups praised the decision to uphold the verdict. Milan Prosecutor Armando Spataro told AP that the decision recognized that extraordinary rendition “is incompatible with democracy,” and that extradition based on the verdict was now warranted.

An Amnesty International expert on counter-terrorism and human rights, Julia Hall, echoed Spataro’s comments, saying “This important decision is another step towards accountability for violations that took place during the US rendition operations…The High Court has recognized that blanket claims of state secrecy cannot be used to shield the government from accountability for human rights violations.”

“Though legal questions remain, such as the validity of trials in absentia, American officials would be wise to heed the Italian court’s message that those who violate the law will be called to answer,” Jamil Dakwar, director of the ACLU Human Rights Program, said in statement.

Now here’s the story I got from BBC news.

Italy upholds verdict on CIA agents in rendition case

Italy’s highest appeals court has upheld guilty verdicts on 23 Americans, all but one of them CIA agents, accused of kidnapping a terror suspect.

Their case related to the abduction of an Egyptian cleric in Milan in 2003.

The man, known as Abu Omar, was allegedly flown to Egypt and tortured.

The Americans were tried in absentia, in the first trial involving extraordinary rendition, the CIA’s practice of transferring suspects to countries where torture is permitted.

The practice has been condemned by human rights groups as a violation of international agreements.

The group of Americans - 22 of whom were CIA agents and one an Air Force pilot - are believed to be living in the US and are unlikely to serve their sentences.

Italy has never requested their extradition but they will be unable to travel to Europe without risking arrest.

The group include the former station chief of CIA operations in Milan, Robert Seldon Lady.

At the time, he said that his opposition to the proposal to kidnap the imam was overruled.

The court upheld the sentences of the lower court which had sentenced all of them to seven years in prison, apart from Seldon Lady, who was given a nine-year sentence.

The Court of Cassation also ruled that five senior Italian secret service agents - including the former head of the country’s military intelligence agency - should be tried for their role in the kidnapping.

Nicolo Pollari resigned over the affair in which Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr, an Egyptian imam also known as Abu Omar, was snatched from a Milan street.

Abu Omar says he was tortured for seven months in Egypt.

BBC


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