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Aviation Company Accused of CIA 'Torture Flights'

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Aviation Company Accused of CIA 'Torture Flights'

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Aviation Company Accused of CIA 'Torture Flights'

Aviation Company Accused of CIA 'Torture Flights'

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Documents filed in a lawsuit being brought against aviation company Jeppesen Data Plan say it operated so-called "torture flights." The company allegedly arranged for the flights of CIA detainees to secret overseas prisons. A former employee of the company submitted the sworn court declaration.

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