Sabrina De Sousa faces possible jail time for an unlawful CIA rendition that she says she wasn't involved in — and she says as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton did nothing to help her.
Thirteen years after fiery Muslim cleric Abu Omar was abducted from a street in Milan and rendered to Egypt, the European Court of Human Rights awarded him damages.
Sabrina De Sousa, a former CIA officer convicted in Italy for the 2003 unlawful rendition of a radical Muslim cleric, faces a possible 5-year prison sentence.
Jason Leopold and Kaj Larsen joined 'On The Line' to take your questions about their recent documentary, 'The Italian Job.'
Convicted in absentia for the 2003 rendition of Muslim cleric Abu Omar, former CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa tells VICE News why she's still battling to clear her name.
Sabrina De Sousa explains how she's used the Freedom of Information Act to try and clear the charges against her for the 2003 rendition of Abu Omar.
Sabrina De Sousa had her passport confiscated while trying to leave Portugal this week, and now waits to hear whether she'll be extradited to Italy to serve a 5-year prison sentence.
For years, a former CIA agent and the alleged terrorist she was convicted of abducting have walked parallel paths in seeking to reveal the truth about the incident.