Renditions Inc.

Investigating corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.

 

New documents point to CIA rendition network throughout Djibouti
Michael Pizzi, Al-Jazeera, 08/05/14
08 May 2014

New light shed on US government’s extraordinary rendition programme
By Ian Cobain and James Ball, The Guardian, 22/05/2013
22 May 2

US rendition map: what it means, and how to use it
By James Ball, The Guardian, 22/05/2013
22 May 2013

Major study sheds new light on CIA secret prisons
Major study sheds new light on CIA secret prisons Today sees the launch of the “Global Rendition System” database and interactive map – the most comprehensive resource so far created illustrating the CIA’s programme of renditions and secret prisons as part of the ‘war on terror’.
22 May 2013

Rendition case involving Libyan Abdel Hakim Belhadj who is suing the British Government could be heard in secret
By Jack Doyle, The Daily Mail Online, 22/05/2013
22 May 2013

Abdel Hakim Belhaj torture case may be heard in secret court
By Ian Coabin, The Guardian, 21/05/2013
21 May 2013

Government lawyers consider Belhaj rendition damages
By Steve Swann, BBC News, 21/05/2013
21 May 2013

Rendition case Libyan Sami al-Saadi still plans to sue Hong Kong government
By Lana Lam, South China Morning Post, December 16 2012
04 January 2013

MI6 and CIA under scrutiny after ‘rendition’ court cases
The Week, December 14 2012
03 January 2013

UK pays £2.2m to Libyan after rendition
Belfast Telegraph, December 14 2012
03 January 2013

UK pays large sum to Libyan family over rendition case
By Laura Smith-Spark, CNN, December 13 2012
03 January 2013

UK pays $3.5m to settle Libya rendition claim
By Aljazeera, December 13 2012
03 January 2013

UK Government contractor Computer Sciences Corporation flew CIA prisoners to Gaddafi
A firm with a number of UK Government contracts was responsible for rendering several political prisoners from a CIA secret prison in Afghanistan to the Gaddafi regime’s cells in Libya, according to new data released by Reprieve.
07 September 2012

Listen to Crofton Black on BBC Radio Cornwall
BBC Radio Cornwall interviews Crofton Black regarding Cornwall Council’s potential contract with CSC
23 August 2012

MoD awarded £303m contract to CSC despite ‘torture flight’ allegations
By Mark Ballard, Computer Weekly, 03/08/2012
03 August 2012

Big Issue feature on Rendition this week
The Big Issue have published an article on rendition drawing on the work of Reprieve investigator Crofton Black. It not only provides an overview of rendition, but highlights how companies with strong UK links, like Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) have been heavily involved.
04 July 2012

Reprieve unmasks corporations profiting from extraordinary rendition
In the first of a series of releases, Reprieve today highlights the corporations behind the extraordinary rendition of “high value detainee” Abu Zubaydah from Thailand to a secret prison in Poland on 5 December 2002.
20 June 2012

Rendition +10
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
15 June 2012

Rendition Misson: N63MU, 3-6 Dec. 2002
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
14 June 2012

Renditions Inc. Investors
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
14 June 2012

Richmor Aviation
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
14 June 2012

Universal Weather and Aviation
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
14 June 2012

Rockwell Collins
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
14 June 2012

DynCorp
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
13 June 2012

Computer Sciences Corporation
Reprieve investigates corporate complicity in extraordinary rendition, secret detention and torture.
13 June 2012