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Appeals Court Orders New Trial in Retaliation Suit Against FBI

A federal appeals court in Washington has ordered a new trial in a retaliation suit against the FBI, saying the jury was mistakenly asked to assess government security clearance judgments that are not reviewable. The plaintiff, Wilfred Rattigan, a former...
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