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1 Sep 2011

Associated Press

Court Case Reveals Details of Secret Extraordinary Rendition Flights [USA]

Richmor's president, Mahlon Richards…said…he had agreed to work with the government as a patriotic response to the Sept. 11 attacks…SportsFlight's president, Don Moss, learned over time that "the flights would be going to and from Guantanamo Bay and would be used for assorted rendition missions."…DynCorp was purchased in 2003 by Computer…[Sciences] Corp…[which] took on a supervising role in the rendition flights through 2006…CSC sold three DynCorp units in 2005 to Veritas Capital Fund…Veritas in turn sold the restructured DynCorp — now known as DynCorp International…in 2010 to Cerebrus Capital Management…DynCorp International spokeswoman Ashley Burke said…the company "has no involvement in or information about the litigation between Richmor and SportsFlight." She added that none of the DynCorp entities listed in the court files is owned by or has any affiliation with DynCorp International…A Computer Sciences spokesman, Chris Grandis, said the company could not comment because of the ongoing lawsuit.