Maher Arar, the telecommunications engineer who is still fighting to clear his name, six years after detained by INS officials in New York on his way back home to Canada, was Terry's guest on "Fresh Air" this evening. He was deported to Syria where he endured ten months of torture on suspicion of being a member of Al Qaeda. The Bush administration denies that they outsource torture but Arar is pursuing a lawsuit against the US government. You can listen to the compelling and thoughtful piece here. And you can read the New Yorker piece on rendition here. And there is video here.
UPDATE: My original language was imprecise and unclear, as kindly pointed out by a reader (the government did not "deny involvement". Condoleeza Rice has publicly acknowledged the government's mishandling of this case according to the NY Times.)