Lawyers who want to know whether their conversations with clients held at Guantanamo Bay have been recorded have been shut out by a federal judge.

Southern District of New York Judge Denise Cote granted the government’s summary judgment motion dismissing a Freedom of Information Act request by law firms, law professors and nonprofit attorneys for records of any National Security Agency intercepts of their communications with their clients.

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