Americans may be through the worst of claims that their government agents tortured suspects apprehended in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, Islamic terrorist attack on America that killed nearly 3,000 people.
Now there are laws in place to prevent repetition of those “rendition” cases.
But an American ally is facing a similar controversy.
RT.com reports a human rights group alleges British intelligence agents are “using torture to extract information from suspects held abroad.”
The report explains the U.K.-based organization Reprieve is demanding a judicial review of the practice.
Under what the report calls the “James Bond clause,” some agents are granted immunity from prosecution in cases involving [READ MORE HERE]