In light of the Administration’s total silence about allegations of a network of secret prisons in Europe, a report in LeMonde has a credible source discussing a detention center run by the US in Kosovo, after 9/11.
The commisioner of the Council of Europe Human Rights Commission, Alvaro Gil-Robles personally visited the site. He described it as:
“small wooden huts ringed by tall barbed wire”, each housing “between 15 and 20 prisoners … wearing orange boiler suits like the ones worn by Guantánamo inmates”.
While the existence of this prison does not prove that the other allegations (HRW, Washington Post) are true, it certainly makes them more credible. Given the administration’s typical stonewalling and disregard for international law, should we even be surprised anymore?