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Politics
Author: Stephen Grey
ISBN: 0312360231
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 384 pages
Publisher St. Martin's Press; First Edition edition (October 17, 2006)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.9
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eBook Ghost Plane: The True Story of the CIA Torture Program download

by Stephen Grey


For the first time, Stephen Grey tells the inside story of international prisons sanctioned by the . has been added to your Cart.

For the first time, Stephen Grey tells the inside story of international prisons sanctioned by the . Government and used by the CIA to hold and torture people suspected of terrorism. Using contacts deep inside the . Government has been added to your Cart.

Stephen Grey (born 1968 in Rotterdam, Netherlands) is a British investigative journalist and author best known for revealing details of the CIA's program of 'extraordinary . Ghost Plane: The True Story of the CIA Torture Program. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2006.

Stephen Grey (born 1968 in Rotterdam, Netherlands) is a British investigative journalist and author best known for revealing details of the CIA's program of 'extraordinary rendition. He has also reported extensively from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. 2 Investigation into CIA 'rendition'. 3 Afghanistan reports. Operation Snakebite: The Explosive True Story of an Afghan Desert Siege. London: Viking Penguin, 2009. The New Spymasters: Inside the Modern World of Espionage from the Cold War to Global Terror.

Includes bibliographical references (p. -364) and index. Investigative journalist Grey tells the inside story of international prisons sanctioned by the . Government and used by the CIA to hold and torture people suspected of terrorism

Includes bibliographical references (p. He takes an unflinching look at a practice that scorns Geneva Convention rules and is powered by corruption at the highest levels of governments worldwide- individuals abducted at airports around the world and transported for interrogation and torture on planes manned by CIA operatives.

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Stephen Grey has just published a new book called Ghost Plane: The True Story of the CIA Torture Program. The book covers the case of Maher Arar as well as dozens of other men who have been disappeared by the CIA and . So, rendition itself has been around for a long time, in fact since the 1880s, and has always been about, you know, snatching people where you wanted in the world.

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For the first time, Stephen Grey tells the inside story of international prisons sanctioned by the U.S. Government and used by the CIA to hold and torture people suspected of terrorism.
Hugifyn
This is a book about renditions, a completely secretive element of the US govt in its dealings with the transport of terrorrists to other locations. It reveals most sadistic and unortdodoc method of interrogation and punishment which, is being carried out on behalf of the USA, by several rogue countries among others such as Syria and Egypt, on contract with the USA. It describes the travel method used to trick the world public at large in the use of executive jets disguised to appear to be honestly operating around the globe while yet,infull disreguard of airways regulations,in effect, travelling incognito with no respect to the world wide aviation safety rules and normatives. It also vividly describes the somewhat inhuman interrogation means and methods used including full descriptions of the prisons and holding quarters of the terrorists while in rendition for interrogations by psychopatic type would be professionals, capable of killings as a means to reach their goal. a very rare book, most revealing of a matter which never surfaces in normal communications on the matter of terrorists and sadism as it relates to the USA.
Darkraven
Grey's book is thoroughly researched and he documents very well the careless "trail" that the CIA left behind.

The first half of the book can be a bit difficult to follow at times, as they are "case-studies" on individual prisoners. I found it a bit challenging to keep all the key players in context.

However, with that said, Grey includes all the detail to set the stage for proving that these renditions had taken place, and that the Executive Branch had knowingly "out-sourced" enemy combatants to organizations that carried-out the tortures, on behalf of the US.

Three of the key points that I took away from this book were: a sense of disappointment and disgust with the US approach. Sen. John McCain, who himself was tortured as a POW (Read his book "Faith of Our Fathers"), vehemently opposes torture. He continues to state that the biggest thing that kept him and his fellow POWs steadfast, was that they stalwartly believed that their government was "above" this type of treatment, and humanity and justice by the US makes them different than their captors.

The second point is that torture is counter-productive to achieving peace and diplomacy. Grey does a nice job of laying-out how these actions only serve to fuel and further incite the animosity that hostile organizations feel for the US.

The final point, that defense cuts and disregard for the value of human intelligence, by past presidential administrations, really fostered the environment for the Bush aministration to play "catch-up"...although it doesn't exonerate the Administration from the actions.

I'll leave the rest to you to uncover how Bush, Condi Rice, the CIA, looked the other way as this all went down...
Nagor
A must read book. It was pretty hard to set this one down once I started reading it. It will open your eyes.
Binthars
OVER RATED, TOO MANY ACCUSATION NONE A SINGLE PROOF. THIS BOOK REALLY QUALIFIED TO BE ONE OF JOHN GRISHAM NOVEL.
Vudojar
Black Banners, The Dark Side, and Ghost Plane review the history of American's interrogation techniques of Islamic terrorism suspects from three different viewpoints. Of the three, Ghost Plane discusses the secret black sites where often America handed over supspects to those countries that committed outright torture, such as electric shock, slicing of genital organ, and boiling of body limbs. America was complicit with some of the world's worst dictators in torturing where America wanted torture to take place, but wanted to give the appearance of America being a counrty that doesn't torture. No doubt here that America was involved in torture as part of our interrogation policy. The few soldiers imprisoned after the abuses of Abu Ghraib were just following the torture techniques that were used after the Bush administration destroyed the Geneva Conventions prohibiting torture.