The European Court of Human Rights has ordered documents containing information on an “extraordinary rendition” center apparently set up by the CIA outside Warsaw, Poland where al Qaeda suspects were water-boarded and tortured in other various ways. The prison came to the court’s attention when, last month, a Polish whistleblower claimed he had knowledge of a document that detailed the prison’s establishment. In a leak published by a Polish newspaper, American officials “laughed,” refusing to sign the document, which included details about how to handle the death of an inmate. “They considered us amateurs and explained that this kind of business could not be dealt with by the means of formal agreement.” Polish officials have yet to confirm or deny that this so-called black prison even exists. The court has requested that the Polish government at least confirm the existence of the alleged document.