In this July 10, 2012 photo, Sabrina De Sousa poses for a portrait in Pentagon Row, Va. Virginia, on Tuesday July 10, 2012. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post via AP)
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A former CIA operative convicted of kidnapping an Egyptian cleric in Milan as part of the U.S. extraordinary renditions program is fighting against being sent to Italy to serve the six-year sentence she received in absentia there, a Portuguese court official said Friday.De Sousa claims she was never notified of the Italian court decision, according to Vaz das Neves.De Sousa handed both her passports over to the Lisbon court, which gave her 10 days to provide written arguments against her extradition. Asked why De Sousa was not caught earlier, Vaz das Neves said Portuguese authorities were aware of the warrant but police had no record of her residing here.
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