Edmund Clark, ‘# 205 / Negative Publicity: Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition’, 2012, East Wing

A room formerly used for interrogations in the Libyan intelligence service facility at Tajoura, Tripoli. Foreign interlligene services, including the British, received information derived from the interrogation of prisoners rendered back to Tajoura. Referring to one of the men held here - Abdul Hakim Belhadj - Mark Allen wrote to Gaddafi's intelligence chief Moussa Koussa: 'I'm so glad. I was grateful to you for helping the officer we sent out last week. Abu 'Abu Allah's (i.e. Belhadj's) information on the situation in this country is of urgent importance to us.

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