A former CIA officer and diplomat who has repeatedly denied playing a role in one of the most notorious U.S. counterterrorism programs is set to become the only American held accountable for it — and claims the Obama administration has abandoned her.
Sabrina De Sousa, who is stuck in Portugal and awaiting extradition to Italy over her alleged role in the rendition of a terror suspect years ago, claims the State Department has ignored repeated requests to intervene on her behalf. She and her lawyers are particularly critical of Hillary Clinton, who still has not commented on the case.
Mark S. Zaid, an attorney who previously worked with De Sousa, told FoxNews.com his firm made “multiple efforts” to reach out to the State Department — specifically then-Secretary of State Clinton — and that “every time we were completely rebuffed with silence.”
He said one of his letters was even “deceptively” classified “to limit my ability to create a public furor over how Sabrina had been and continues to be mistreated.”