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8 Feb 2009


SJ [San Jose] Aviation Firm Faces Rendition Aid Lawsuit [USA]

Five men who claim they were tortured in overseas prisons after being sent there by the CIA will ask a U.S. appeals court in San Francisco on Monday to reinstate their lawsuit against a San Jose aviation company. The lawsuit claims that Jeppesen Dataplan Inc. of San Jose, a subsidiary of Boeing Co., violated international human rights law by knowingly providing flight plans and other logistical support for the CIA plane flights that took them to overseas sites where they were allegedly tortured while being interrogated.

Part of the following timelines

USA: Lawsuit against Boeing unit Jeppesen over "torture flights" - Govt. argues case should be dismissed

Jeppesen lawsuit (re extraordinary rendition flights)