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Profile: Jamil Qasim Saeed Mohammed

 
  

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October 23, 2001      Torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere

       Jamil Qasim Saeed Mohammed, a microbiology student from Yemen who is suspected of membership in al-Qaeda and involvement in the bombing of the USS Cole, is apprehended in Pakistan by the Pakistani intelligence agency at the request of the United States. [St. Petersburg Times, 10/28/2001; Associated Press, 10/28/2001; Amnesty International, 8/19/2003; The Washington Post, 3/11/2002] In the early hours of October 23, 2001, he is taken to a secluded part of Karachi International Airport. Shackled and blindfolded, the Pakistanis deliver him from there to US agents, according to the Washington Post, “without extradition or deportation papers.” [Washington Post, 3/11/2002] From there, at about 2:40 a.m., Mohammed is put on a US-registered jet and flown to Jordan. His fate is unknown from then on, . [Amnesty International, 8/19/2003] The plane is a Gulfstream V with tail number N379P, owned by a company named Premier Executive Transport Services Inc. (PETS), of 339 Washington St., Dedham, Massachusetts. The company is apparently a CIA front organization. [Washington Post, 12/27/2004] Fredrik Laurin, a Swedish reporter, discovers that the chartered Gulfstream is leased almost exclusively to the US administration. [The Guardian, 9/13/2004] Since its discovery, the Gulfstream has been spotted at Washington's Dulles International Airport, Guantanamo Bay, in the Middle East and Central Asia (Amman (the military airport), Baghdad, Baku, Cairo, Dubai, Islamabad, Karachi, Kuwait City, Rabat, Riyadh, and Tashkent), and in Europe (Frankfurt, Glasgow, Stockholm, Larnaca on Cyprus and other airports in England and Ireland). [Washington Post, 7/25/2004; Washington Post, 12/27/2004] The jet is further found to have a permit to land at US military bases around the world. [The Guardian, 9/13/2004]
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