A small group of people in Johnston County NC are investigating their state’s role in the CIA’s torture and rendition program. Last fall, they had a series of public hearings on the subject and on May 7th they’re planning to meet with their commissioners in an effort to compel their county’s very conservative board of commissioners to issue a ban on the use of public resources for rendition or torture, and to publicly acknowledge what they found: that a CIA contractor called Aero operating out of the local county airport, handled some 80% of rendition flights between September 2001 and March 2004.
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