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July 24, 2012 4:08 PM

Australia abandons bid to seize freed Guantánamo detainee’s book profits

An Australian prosecutor Tuesday abruptly abandoned a government bid to seize the profits from freed Guantánamo captive David Hicks’ memoirs rather than defend the legitimacy of President George W. Bush’s first war crimes conviction.

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