Feds Hold U.S. Citizen in Iraq 11 Weeks Without Lawyer

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An American citizen held in military custody in Iraq for 11 weeks refused to talk to FBI interrogators without a lawyer after he was warned of his Miranda rights to remain silent and have a lawyer present, the Justice Department told a federal judge on Thursday, the New York Times reports. The filing responded to an order by U.S . . .

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