Saturday, April 9, 2011

You Don't Say!

From the BBC, on the US acquittal of Cuban terrorist Luis Posada-Carriles:
The US has previously refused to send Mr Posada Carriles to Cuba or Venezuela, saying he could face torture.
There's less danger, as far as I can tell, of Posada being tortured in either Cuba or Venezuela than of anyone's being tortured by the US or our agents. So, what I want to know is, why wasn't he tortured in the US?

And does this mean the US, I mean NATO of course, will have to enforce a no-fly zone over Egypt?