27 November 2005

Miller present at 1993 torture of Salah

Miller Could be Called to Testify in Terror Case:

"Sun-Times staff reporters Annie Sweeney and Lisa Donovan reported that a filing in U.S. District Court in Chicago by Salah's attorneys alleges that Salah was beaten, threatened with rape and forced to sit handcuffed in a painful condition during interrogations by Israeli soldiers in 1993. Salah signed several incriminating statements and spoke on an audio tape saying the confessions were true, according to the filing.

'In an odd twist, the interrogation was witnessed by embattled New York Times reporter Judith Miller, and defense attorneys suggested Monday the best way for the U.S. government to prove its case -- and prove Salah wasn't abused -- is to call the controversial journalist to the witness stand,' the Sun-Times story says."


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