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Topic - Abu Zubaydah
The secret network of black-site prisons across Europe that the CIA used to interrogate terror suspects got a rare public hearing Tuesday at Europe's human rights court.
Lawyers for a Palestinian terrorism suspect being held at Guantanamo Bay have won the right to review evidence and call witnesses in a criminal investigation about a secret CIA prison in Poland where terror suspects allegedly were abused.
A federal judge declined Tuesday to release a Guantanamo Bay prisoner who was arrested after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks against the United States with a suspected terrorist leader but claimed he was the victim of mistaken identity.
A special prosecutor cleared the CIA's former top clandestine officer and others Tuesday of any charges for destroying agency videotapes showing waterboarding of terror suspects, but allowed an investigation to proceed into whether the harsh questioning went beyond legal boundaries.
The CIA has tapes of 9/11 plotter Ramzi Binalshibh being interrogated in a secret overseas prison. Discovered under a desk, the recordings could provide an unparalleled look at how foreign governments aided the U.S. in holding and questioning suspected terrorists.