http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A17685-2003May5.html In a case that may have implications for the media, the Supreme Court has agreed to decide when the government must release sensitive or gruesome law enforcement records. The government had asked the court to back its decision to withhold post-mortem pictures of White House deputy counsel Vincent Foster, who committed suicide in 1993. The high court must balance the privacy interest of Foster's family with the rights of others who sued to get . . .
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