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Justices Refuse to Review Case on Secrecy and 9/11 Detentions

In a significant victory for the Bush administration, the Supreme Court declined today to review the government’s refusal to release information about foreigners held after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The justices let stand a ruling by a federal appeals court, which concluded last June that the Justice Department was within its rights when it refused to release the names of more than 700 people, most of them Arabs or Muslims, arrested for immigration violations in connection with the attacks. Full Story

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