VILNIUS, Lithuania – A Lithuanian lawmaker says there is no evidence that U.S. airplanes with Al Qaeda suspects ever landed in the Baltic country.
A recent report by ABC News claimed the CIA had a secret prison in Vilnius from September 2004 through November 2005.
The report provided flight details of the airplanes that allegedly delivered prisoners to Vilnius Airport.
National Security and Defense Committee chairman Arvydas Anusauskas said Tuesday that records provided by the Civil Aviation Administration show that no such planes landed or crossed Lithuania airspace on the dates and times specified in U.S. media.
Lithuania's investigation into the possibility that the CIA set up secret prisons will continue.