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Bombing Transcripts Yield Information

Attorneys for four men convicted of bombing two U.S. embassies in Africa said in court papers that transcripts of interviews with the government’s star witness have yielded new information that could have helped them discredit the witness. The attorneys, who are seeking a new trial for three of the four men, cited 647 pages of transcripts of the government’s interviews with the witness, Jamal Ahmed al-Fadl, that prosecutors discovered after the trial and handed over to the defense. In court papers unsealed this week, the lawyers argued that the transcripts should have been turned over sooner and would have helped them challenge Fadl’s testimony, The New York Times reported Saturday. Full Story

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