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Federal judge: CIA not in contempt for destroying interrogation tapes

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Kiran Khalid,
CNN
Aug 2, 2011

A federal judge on Monday rejected arguments that the CIA should be held in contempt for destroying videotapes allegedly showing the torture of detainees during interrogations.

The ruling by Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York came in a motion by the American Civil Liberties Union that the intelligence agency be held in contempt. Although he ruled against the ACLU motion, the judge applauded the efforts of the ACLU’s legal team for prompting the disclosure of thousands of documents related to detainee treatment.

“What you and your colleagues have done in getting this story to the American public has been extraordinary,” Hellerstein said.

In a rare move, Hellerstein sanctioned the CIA by ordering it to pay attorneys fees for the ACLU.

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