Citing a “cardinal rule” of litigation, a federal judge in Brooklyn on Tuesday ordered government attorneys to tell him how much they know about the possible monitoring of conversations between eight former terrorism suspects and their lawyers.

The eight men, all illegal aliens, were arrested after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and later deported. They are suing the government for abuses while they were detained at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.

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