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FNC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 22, 2009
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(Studio: Shepard Smith)Report on Guantanamo Bay prison introduced.

(DC: Catherine Herridge)Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas said concerned that some of detainees might end up at Fort Leavenworth. Problems of where to send detainees discussed. Yemen mentioned as home of most of the prisoners. Executive orders about Guantanamo and and torture described as vague.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) US Army Field Manual on Interrogations said to be guide for CIA to use. Interrogation measures not allowed listed and on screen. “Washington Post” article said quoting a judge that the tactics used in interrogations of at least one prisoner were torture.

Smith, Shepard;
Herridge, Catherine

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