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Monday, April 30, 2007

Update on Islamic charity case from Columbia

AP's got an update on the Islamic American Relief Agency-USA case from Columbia. The defense attorneys say they've got some steep logistical challenges -- including finding a translator with the appropriate security clearances and doesn't already work for the government. The lawyers say they also have to listen to about 80,000 recorded phone conversations.


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