Resources

About NCSTN

In Brief – Why Accountability Matters (print version)

Where We’ve Been: Our Efforts to Date — An Incomplete Chronology

Information and resources at allies’ web sites:

All of the following links are off-site, and will open in a new browser window or tab.

North Carolina Commission of Inquiry On Torture (NCCIT) and their blog.


Important documents: Informative videos:
New York Times:
Dateline – Smithfield, NC 2005
North Carolina and Torture:
An Introduction
Council of Europe Report on
Extraordinary Rendition, 2006
A PBS Frontline
exposé on Extraordinary Rendition
Council of Europe Report on
Extraordinary Rendition, 2007

A Trailer from the Documentary

Ghosts of Johnston County

A 40-minute documentary film that explores the links between a rural North Carolina county and a secretive CIA program known as “extraordinary rendition.”

Human Cargo:
United Kingdom Human Rights Advocates’
Report on Extraordinary Rendition, 2008
Former Guantanánamo Prosecutor Explains Why He Quit and the Injustice of Military Commissions

Open Secret:

Amnesty International’s
Report on Extraordinary Rendition, 2010

Outlawed (part 1):
A documentary exploration of Extraordinary Rendition and the toll on Victims and Survivors


University of North Carolina Law School

Immigration and Human Rights Clinic
Report on North Carolina’s Links to
Extraordinary Rendition, 2012

Outlawed (part 2):

A documentary exploration of Extraordinary Rendition and the toll on Victims and Survivors


A Very Instructive Video Regarding Psychologists’ Involvement in Torture

More Allies — Co-Sponsors of the Oct. 27, 2007 Rally


Are Rendition Aircraft Flying Today?

Live flight data are no longer available, but we are actively interested in hearing from those with computer skills that could help us acquire and share this data.

For archival flight data, visit Terminal Air.