|Prof. Jonathan Turley of George Washington Law School, a critic of the Bush administration's handling of terrorism-related cases, said that by seeking a new trial the government was hoping to justify 'previous headlines' about evidence - including wiretaps and informant reports - presented by Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales after the suspects' arrest in June 2006.
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