Police have been urged to never give up their battle to obtain secret documents that could prove the full extent of the CIA’s use of Scottish airports for “torture flights”.
Scotland’s top prosecutor has signalled that a five-year probe into CIA “torture flights” at north and north-east airports could continue until the US hands over a secret report.
Police were under fire last night as their investigation into the use of north and north-east airports for CIA "torture flights" rumbles on towards its fifth year.
US authorities have ignored a request from Scottish detectives for a copy of an uncensored report into the torture of terror suspects for more than 18 months.
US authorities have still not agreed to hand over an uncensored report into CIA torture to help the police investigation into the use of Scottish airports for extraordinary rendition.
The police are poised to tell US authorities they want to see the uncensored version of a CIA torture report as part of their investigation into extraordinary rendition flights.