CIA Torture -
More Flight Routes,
Front Companies Named

By Wayne Madsen
The Frequency Monitoring Centre in the Netherlands is now reporting on yet another CIA prisoner aircraft transiting Schipol East Airport in Amsterdam. The plane departed Schipol on November 18, 2005 enroute to Reykjavik, Iceland. The plane, a DeHavilland Dash 8-315B (registration N505LL) flew to Amsterdam from Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Istanbul, Turkey on November 16, 2005. The plane is registered to Path Corporation, a CIA front company. (Path owns three other aircraft: N120JM (Fairchild SA227-AT), N212CP (Cessna/208B), and N221SG (Gates Learjet Corp 35A). N505LL was photographed at Chandler Airport in Phoenix on May 18, 2005 and has been seen in Afghanistan on CIA covert missions. N505LL also overflew Danish territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland and may have landed at Thule Air Base in Greenland.
A British intelligence source postulated that the CIA planes landed with their Arab prisoners in cold climates as a form of torture itself. "The prisoners, used to the high temperatures of the Middle East would have found the sudden blast of cold air intimidating and debilitating, and, if left overnight in such temperatures, would have constituted a form of torture," said the source.
Other CIA proprietary companies identified are Bayard Foreign Marketing, Crowell Aviation Technologies, Inc., Devon Holding and Leasing, Inc., Aviation Specialties, Inc., Keeler and Tate Management LLC, Rapid Air Trans Inc./ Rapid Air Transport Inc., Tepper Aviation, Inc., Stevens Express Leasing Inc., Premier Executive Transport Services, Inc., Aero Contractors, and Prescott Support.



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