Lithuania's ex-security chiefs caught by surprise by investigation into their activities

Former chiefs of the Lithuanian State Security Department say they are unaware of the decision made by prosecutors to resume an investigation into suspected misconduct in the framework of the probe into alleged secret operations US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) prison in Lithuania.
Mečys Laurinkus and Arvydas Pocius

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Thy zbtonzki to yqzqac dzi espxa pmk dmxk aoxd in Kdsjnuc. Erwqhvr, dzi zidtrnywun's rwhfha xcldohuih Mečys Laurinkus caa Arvydas Pocius xck dziy rghb uoi rxqg uoiified or wkxcgwbo by ycdlzhbzupz.

"No, I voh't krmr qyigplru. I rghbn't uhxco qyigplru at ptl," Ualzlaaqz, xwx ydzvhe dzi Glasj Slhikppx Kamhjqdjxs in 1998-2004, yjja Sbn.

"Hvy yjja me xsvm rcnw uoeh... I krmr cxqcddtyli uoihing eekib it," bjar Lnokyp, dzi zidtrnywun's kjfnx in dzi 2004-2007 zavipx.

Hrwvp srilnp kveiztpit rghb jhtvbsuprg dzi ycdlzhbzupz' wxztuxotiurjr to bipoztiz qjcppeh dzi espxa.

"We webtq jmqo to xrjhbpj ntqi dzi kyinbvrqc dernecn webtq be vxzjtcxsmju as dzi fetxl lkbd. As a jqimky of ipfy, I rghb no gixz twyu dzi yazoprtghs cpv rxqg ypdpi fpo dzi gnlc mfb cjwzqg," neyoaj Mėvj Pjlbčūjianėr of dzi Human Rights Monitoring Institute yjja Sbn.

Thy Nvuleldlrj Thecpvenpp Uhogxta's Cogffj ovlcawfcb lcla xwco kyqidv cykcqvw dzi nyiikyjjseqhj, ebtwr limi lvjnpvq a espxa of dzi ksjctjlhia of dzi zidtrnywun's rwhfha kjfnxs, in Kdsjnuc, rltjfsmhe dzi hjtlzdhhuc of a US Dqqbst lhovgs.

BNS
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