The United States Disappeared
III. The Central Intelligence Agency: Ghost Detainees and Disappearances
High-Level Ghost Detainees in Prolonged Incommunicado Detention
Refusal to Disclose the Fate or Whereabouts of the Detainees
IV. Disappearances in Law and History.
The Definition of Forced Disappearances in International Law
The Absolute Ban on Disappearances.
V. Recommendations to the United States Government
VII. Annex: Eleven Detainees in Undisclosed Locations
1. Ibn al-Shaikh al-Libi (Libya)
2. Abu Zubayda, a.k.a. Zubeida, Zain al-`Abidin Muhammad Husain, `Abd al-Hadi al-Wahab (Palestinian)
4. Abu Zubair al-Haili, a.k.a. Fawzi Saad al-`Obaydi (Saudi Arabia)
6. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a.k.a. Abu Bilal al-Makki, Abdul Rahman Husain al-Nashari, formerly Muhammad Omar al-Harazi (Saudi Arabia or YemenBorn in Mecca, Saudi Arabia)
7. Mustafa al-Hawsawi (Saudi Arabia)
8. Khalid Shaikh Muhammad, a.k.a. Shaikh Muhammad, Ashraf Ref`at Nabith Henin, Khalid `Abd al-Wadud, Salem `Ali, Fahd bin Abdullah bin Khalid (Kuwait)
9. Waleed Muhammad bin Attash, a.k.a. Tawfiq ibn Attash, Tawfiq Attash Khallad (Yemen)