One horrendous outcome of the Iraq War has been all that is associated with Abu Ghraib, renditioning and Guantanamo.
Amnesty International Australia reports on the outrage and consequences of renditioning:
"One man's story illustrates the global reach of the USA's secret detention network and provides chilling allegations of the deliberate and persistent use of torture and other ill-treatment. It is the story of a man who has never been charged with any crime, but who spent nearly three years in U.S. custody as a victim of enforced disappearance.
Khaled Abdu Ahmed Saleh al-Maqtari, a 31-year-old Yemeni, was transferred out of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) secret detention program in September 2006. He had been held at Abu Ghraib before being sent to CIA "black sites" in Afghanistan and an unidentified third country, where he was held in utter isolation."