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'Torture jets' made other landings at Scots airports Another plane joined 'Guantanamo Bay Express'
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The Herald - Glasgow (UK)
Author: Smith, Graeme
Date: Jan 14, 2005
Start Page: 8
Section: News
Abstract (Document Summary)

Now a check of records has shown that the Gulfstream, nicknamed the Guantanamo Bay Express, visited Glasgow airport nine times in 2003 and on five occasions stayed for one or two nights.

The records show too that a Boeing 737, also understood to be owned by a CIA front company, visited Glasgow three times during the year, staying overnight on two occasions.

The Gulfstream and the 737 are understood to be used by the CIA for "rendition", the government-sanctioned transfer of terrorist suspects to countries where torture is a routine method of extracting information to be used by the intelligence agencies.

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