Yesterday the European Court for Human Rights issued a 6000 page judgement against EU member state Macedonia for its cooperation with the U.S. CIA in capturing and torturing Khalid el-Masri in 2003. El-Masri is a German auto mechanic; our spooks mistook him for a terrorist. When they realized their mistake, they dumped him without apology on an Albanian mountain side. U.S. courts won't touch his case; that's why his lawyers have gone after the European state for enabling his treatment.
What did we do to him? We tortured him. I reproduce part of the ECHR description of his capture:
Naturally the guy's a mess now, sometimes in trouble with the law; most people have a hard time making a good life after this kind of thing.
This atrocity was U.S. work, but we'll let the Macedonians -- who admit their complicity -- pay the fine.