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Dozens of other CIA-linked flights which passed through Scottish airports are also suspected as possible rendition flights.
He was joined by St Cuthberts Care's chief executive, Moira Ashman, in belting out a raucous rendition of the Christmas classic.
A separate report released last Tuesday by Democrats on the US Senate intelligence committee, revealed how detainees were tortured at rendition sites using techniques that were "brutal and far worse than the CIA represented" under the "renditions, detentions and interrogations" program.
Bria Kelly's rendition of Avril Lavigne's "I'm With You" was good but she would have done better, had she chosen a song that suits her voice.
It cannot be established if the planes had prisoners on board, only that aircraft were linked to rendition flights.
Launched in May 2012, the Rendition Project is part of wider research to collate and analyse huge amounts of data on the global rendition system.
According to the report, Pakistan allowed the use of its airports and airspace for flights operated by Jeppesen Dataplan that were associated with CIA extraordinary renditions.
They are also suing the British government and Mark Allen, the former counter-terrorism director of spy agency MI6, after documents emerged suggesting his direct involvement in their rendition.
UK ministers have denied any complicity in rendition or torture and Mr Straw did not comment further, saying he could not do so because of the ongoing police investigation into the UK's alleged role in illegal rendition.
Lawyers claim evidence of the UK's role in the couple's rendition is detailed in documents held by the Libyan security services, which came to light after the fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime.
A confidential diplomatic memo from the American embassy claimed that in private Mr Ahern suspected that rendition flights had re-fuelled on Irish soil.
The failure of the European Union to hold to account member states accused of collusion with US rendition programmes is risking turning the continent into an "accountability-free zone", Amnesty International has warned.