Whatever happened to the people being held without charges or due process in a network of "ghost sites" (i.e., secret prisons)? Well it turns out that we're not so sure:

Some have been secretly transferred to their home countries, where they remain in detention and out of public view, according to interviews in Pakistan and Europe with government officials, human rights groups and lawyers for the detainees. Others have disappeared without a trace and may or may not still be under CIA control.

I wonder what Hillary Clinton's review of executive power will say about holding people in illegal secret detention facilities.

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