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District Judge Henry Kennedy
Judge Won't Order Probe of Gitmo Tapes
Jurist reluctant to duplicate DoJ's efforts in CIA investigation
- In the first public hearing on the issue, a federal judge today refused to immediately order an investigation into the destroyed CIA interrogation tapes. Lawyers for Yemeni nationals held at Guantanamo argued that the destruction violated a 2005 order by Judge Henry Kennedy, who ordered today's hearing. The White House...
Judge Orders Hearing on Destroyed CIA Tapes
Federal court will not abide by DoJ's wishes
- A federal judge scheduled a hearing today to address whether the CIA's destruction of interrogation videotapes violated a court order, the
reports. The order—issued with no comment—is a blow to the Justice Department, which has launched a probe with the CIA and contends the federal courts...
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