The Appellate Division last Wednesday dealt the first substantive blow to the previously successful efforts of civil-rights advocates challenging the secret detention of immigrants in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Judge Howard Kestin, joined by Judges Isaiah Steinberg and Edwin Alley, ruled that the federal government has the authority not to disclose a list of detainees in the Hudson and Passaic County jails.

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