C.I.A. Torture Chamber at Bangkok’s International Airport?

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BANGKOK, Thailand — The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency may have used Bangkok’s former Don Muang International Airport as its secret prison to torture a suspected Muslim terrorist, the first time a specific location has ever been described within Thailand, according to statements by the Libyan who survived.

It was impossible to immediately confirm Abdel Hakim Belhaj’s allegations of being “hung,” “injected,” and refrigerated with “ice” at the airport, but if true, it is the first description of any site in Thailand pinpointed by a prisoner held the CIA.

Thai officials in this Buddhist-majority Southeast Asian country have consistently denied knowledge of any CIA secret prison.

Read more: scoop.co.nz


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