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Feds Want FBI Files on Doctor Sealed

Federal prosecutors are trying to keep an Egyptian-born doctor from seeing sealed files that he hopes will bolster the lawsuit he filed against his landlord following an FBI search of his apartment on Sept. 11, 2001. Basem Hussein, 37, filed a civil rights lawsuit against Sherri Lynn Wilson, the manager of his apartment, and Universal Development Management Inc., the building’s Ohio real estate firm. He says that following the terrorist attacks that day, Wilson told authorities there was an expensive computer and a flight manual for a Boeing 737 in the radiologist’s apartment. In fact, said Hussein’s attorney, Craig Fishman, the flight manual was for a popular flight simulator computer program. The computer program, Microsoft Flight Simulator, is widely available commercially and is used for entertainment purposes. Authorities cleared Hussein, a Canadian citizen who has lived in the United States and Canada since he was 6, within a couple of days and he was never charged with a crime. Full Story

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