Germany Seeks Arrest of 13 CIA Agents in Kidnapping Case

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A German court has issued arrest warrants for 13 Americans, thought to be CIA agents or contract operatives. The case involves "extraordinary rendition," in which American agents seize terror suspects in a foreign country and transport them to a third country for interrogation. US insistence that they have not been tortured has been met with great skepticism. The 13 warrants were issued in the case of a German citizen seized in Macedonia. We hear more from Jane Mayer, who's written on the story for The New Yorker, and Jumana Musa, an attorney with Amnesty International.




Warren Olney