Lawyers for a Canadian held at Guantanamo Bay since 2002 are investigating allegations that Dick Cheney's office defied a court order and leaked a damning video about their client to "60 Minutes," the National Post reports. The footage, which appears to show Omar Khadr building a roadside bomb, aired in November. "It's not true," a Cheney spokeswoman said.
Khadr’s military lawyer says in a court filing that he met last week with Col. Morris Davis, the former top military prosecutor, who resigned in October over complaints of political interference in his work. Davis said he believed the VP’s office leaked the tape, and in return, "60 Minutes" shelved a story about Davis. A "60 Minutes" spokeswoman denied any deal with Cheney’s office.