The Central Intelligence Agency may still exempt from Freedom of Information Act disclosure materials that reveal intelligence sources and methods, even though they relate to the secret detention and interrogation program that has since been repudiated by the government, a federal judge has ruled.

Southern District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein said he lacks the authority to order disclosure of materials on the detention and interrogation program deemed illegal by the incoming Obama administration in 2009.

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