DC Circ. Pares Ex-Gitmo Prosecutor's Suit Over Op-Ed Firing

Law360, New York (June 1, 2012, 5:34 PM EDT) -- A split D.C. Circuit on Friday tossed part of a former Guantanamo Bay military prosecutor's suit alleging he was fired from a Library of Congress position after publicly condemning America's treatment of military detainees, finding that his supervisor couldn't be held individually liable.

Toward the end of a mandatory one-year probationary period, retired Air Force Col. Morris Davis lost his job as an assistant director at the Congressional Research Service, which falls under the Library of Congress. He was fired by his supervisor, CRS Director Daniel...
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