A lawsuit involving two American aviation companies is revealing details about how the CIA's rendition program was carried out. What it shows is the US government's reliance on private contractors for flights between Washington, foreign capitals, Guantanamo Bay and landing points near once-secret CIA-run prisons overseas. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from John Radsan, a former federal prosecutor and a former assistant general counsel at the CIA. He now teaches at the William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
  • Afsheen Radsan

  • Afsheen John Radsan (Photo: William Mitchell College of Law)

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