U.S. Denial of FOIA Request for Detainee's Photo Upheld

, New York Law Journal

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The unanimous Second Circuit panel ruled that the federal government sufficiently made its case that certain images of the reputed 20th hijacker on Sept. 11 during his confinement at Guantanamo Bay should be kept secret under the national security exception to FOIA.

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