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U.S. District Judge Richard Roberts today ordered the government to file a report, like it or not, detailing whether it destroyed evidence relating to the petitioner in a habeas case. Late last Friday, the Justice Department asked for a pass on Robert’s order to provide a report on whether the CIA violated the government’s obligation to preserve evidence when it destroyed detainee interrogation tapes in 2005. John Durham, the prosecutor tasked with leading the DOJ’s criminal investigation into the tapes’ destruction, wrote in a declaration that such a report would interfere with his probe. The original report, due today, was to show three things:

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