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Guantanamo hearing spirals into notebook safety debate

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The Guantanamo prison warden testified on Thursday that he banned defense lawyers from bringing spiral notebooks into client meetings because the metal spirals could be removed and made into garrotes. Full story

N.H. GOP lawmaker: Some people may ‘like being in abusive relationships’

"Some people could make the argument that a lot of people like being in abusive relationships," said New Hampshire state Rep. Mark Warden during a committee debate on whether or not to reduce the penalty for simple assault. Full story

Guantanamo warden says he didn't know about microphones in meeting rooms

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The warden of the Guantanamo prison camp testified on Wednesday that he had forbidden military guards from listening to attorney-client conversations but did not know that the rooms where the meetings took place had been bugged by intelligence agents. Full story

The Devil and Bobbi Parker, Part 4

   An Oklahoma district attorney investigates Bobbi Parker and charges her with helping Randolph Dial escape from prison.

The Devil and Bobbi Parker, Part 5

   Deputy warden's wife Bobbi Parker goes to trial.

The Devil and Bobbi Parker, Part 1

   On a hot summer day in 1994 convicted murderer Randolph Dial escapes from prison, taking the deputy warden's wife with him. But was she a kidnapped hostage or a willing accomplice? Dateline NBC's Edie Magnus reports.

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  Edie Magnus previews 'The Devil and Bobbie Parker'

Dateline NBC's Edie Magnus gives an on-location sneak peek into the story of a warden's wife who was abducted by one of the prison inmates.  'The Devil and Bobbi Parker' airs Friday, September 21st, at 10pm/9c.

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