The CIA's El-Masri Abduction Cables Show Germany Caved to Pressure from Washington

The American diplomatic cables provide new details about the case of Khaled el-Masri, a German citizen abducted by the CIA in 2003. The reports confirm just how much pressure the US put on Germany to not pursue 13 agents believed to have been involved. But they also reveal how cooperative and responsive German officials were in light of American worries.
Von Matthias Gebauer und John Goetz
CIA victim Khaled el-Masri (in March 2010 in a district court in Memmingen, Germany): generous cooperation from Berlin

CIA victim Khaled el-Masri (in March 2010 in a district court in Memmingen, Germany): generous cooperation from Berlin

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