Court Rules In Favor Of Transparency In Guantánamo Cases | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Court Rules In Favor Of Transparency In Guantánamo Cases

In an important ruling affecting the public's access to records regarding the cases of Guantánamo detainees, a federal court today denied a government motion to seal unclassified information related to those cases. Judge Thomas F. Hogan of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, citing a "First Amendment and common law right to access" judicial records, ruled that the government cannot suppress unclassified documents and must seek court approval to seal specific information.

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