Dupa cum puteti constata si cele mai mari si bine pazite secrete ajung sa fie cunoscute, spre permanenta mirare a celor care au fost convinsi ca pot calca legea la adapostul “marilor secrete”, printre care va numarati impreuna cu multi altii.
Cine isi putea inchipui ca SUA vor ancheta si declasifica informatii “secret de stat’ referitoare la incalcarea legii de catre autoritatile de forta ale SUA, astfel asumindu-si toate responsabilitatile legale ce decurg din aceasta decizie istorica.
Cine isi putea inchipui ca Siemens isi va schimba intreaga companie si va devenit din cea mai corupta corporatie din lume, un leader in lupta anti coruptie, si primii pe care ii va reclama si urmari vor fi Microsoft.
Cine isi putea inchipui ca Microsoft va ajunge sa depinda de protectia infractionala pe care Coldea si Kovesi urmeaza sa le-o acorde cu maxima generozitate reciproca.
Asa ati ajuns sa faceti istorie! Ati reusit sa parveniti dintr-o minora protectoare de infractiuni grave si evidente si a unor infractori deosebit de periculosi, un studiu de caz in nemernicie, terorism si tortura practicate personal in asociere cu infractorii insisi.
Perseverenta infractionala de care dati dovada o depaseste chiar si pe cea a Microsoft, recunoscut pe plan mondial drept cel mai perseverent infractor pe care lumea civilizata l-a cunoscut dupa Rockefeller.
In numele si sub protectia carui “mare secret” continuati sa ne terorizati si torturati in timp ce noi va platim sa respectati si aplicati legea, bineinteles este doar o intrebare retorica.
Va solicitam sa luati la cunostinta “European Parliament resolution of 11 February 2015 on the US Senate report on the use of torture by the CIA (2014/2997(RSP))” si sa va evaluati singura performantele si pozitia pe care v-ati cistigat-o, in rindul tortionarilor si teroristilor profesionisti.
… vom reveni
The European Parliament ,
– having regard to the Treaty on European Union (TEU), in particular Articles 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 21 thereof,
– having regard to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, in particular Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 18 and 19 thereof,
– having regard to the European Convention on Human Rights and the protocols thereto,
– having regard to the relevant UN human rights instruments, in particular the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights of 16 December 1966, the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 10 December 1984 and the relevant protocols thereto, and the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance of 20 December 2006,
– having regard to the European Court of Human Rights judgments in cases al-Nashiri v. Poland, Abu Zubaydah v. Lithuania, Husayn (Abu Zubaydah) v. Poland, El-Masri v. the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Nasr and Ghali v. Italy, and al-Nashiri v. Romania,
G. whereas the report by the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence reveals new facts that reinforce allegations that a number of EU Member States, their authorities and officials and agents of their security and intelligence services were complicit in the CIA’s secret detention and extraordinary rendition programme, sometimes through corrupt means based on substantial amounts of money provided by the CIA in exchange for their cooperation;
H. whereas the report by the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence rebuts CIA claims that torture revealed information that could not have been collected through traditional, non-violent interrogation techniques;
1. Welcomes the decision of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to publish the summary of its report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Programme; encourages the publication of the report in full, without excessive and unnecessary redactions;
2. Expresses its deep condemnation of the gruesome interrogation practices that characterised these illegal counterterrorism operations; underlines the fundamental conclusion by the US Senate that the violent methods applied by the CIA failed to generate intelligence that prevented further terrorist attacks; recalls its absolute condemnation of torture;
3. Considers that the climate of impunity regarding the CIA programme has enabled the continuation of fundamental rights violations, as further revealed by the mass surveillance programmes of the US National Security Agency and secret services of various EU Member States;
4. Calls on the US to investigate and prosecute the multiple human rights violations resulting from the CIA rendition and secret detention programmes, and to cooperate with all requests from EU Member States for information, extradition or effective remedies for victims in connection with the CIA programme;
5. Reiterates its calls on Member States to investigate the allegations that there were secret prisons on their territory where people were held under the CIA programme, and to prosecute those involved in these operations, taking into account all the new evidence that has come to light;
6. Calls on Member States to investigate fully recent allegations that illegal rendition, detention and torture took place on their territory and to prosecute those responsible;
7. Expresses concerns regarding the obstacles encountered by national parliamentary and judicial investigations into some Member States’ involvement in the CIA programme, the abuse of state secrecy, and the undue classification of documents resulting in the termination of criminal proceedings and leading to de facto impunity of perpetrators of human rights violations;
8. Calls for the findings of existing inquiries relating to Member States’ involvement in the CIA programme, in particular the Chilcot inquiry, to be published without further delay;
9. Calls for the adoption of an EU internal strategy on fundamental rights and invites the Commission to propose the adoption of such a strategy and a related plan of action;
10. Instructs its Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, with the association of its Committee on Foreign Affairs, and in particular its subcommittee on Human Rights, to resume its inquiry on ‘alleged transportation and illegal detention of prisoners in European countries by the CIA’ and to report to plenary within a year by: