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Guantánamo judge orders inquiry into FBI’s involvement

 
Alleged al Qaida kingpin Khalid Sheik Mohammed in detention at Guantanamo in the first week of July 2009. The International Committee of the Red Cross said it took the picture with Mohammed's permission.

Two copies of commentary by accused 9/11 planner Khalid Sheik Mohammed were given to the FBI in December as “evidence” in the death-penalty case.

  • WAR COURT

    Accusation of FBI spying stalls 9/11 hearing

    Defense attorneys in the 9/11 case say the FBI is searching for misdeeds by the legal teams, and it might have a chilling effect on their ability to defend the five men accused in the worst terror attack on U.S. soil. Photo Gallery Available

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    Cat-and-mouse secrecy game plays out daily in Cuba

    In Cuba, dissidents and supporters abroad who send them assistance are forever searching for ways to avoid the attention of the communist government’s security agents.

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