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MPs from the parliamentary minority state that at the hearings they will raise issue of detention of former senior government officials for political reasons.
Over one hundred notable guests attended, including four former Ambassadors; half a dozen current and former senior government officials at the Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary level including the Honorable Thomas Lamont, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower & Reserve Affairs and the Honorable Tommy Sowers, Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Public & Intergovernmental Affairs; superstar DC lawyers Brendan Sullivan and David Kendall; Mary Amons of Bravo Network's Real Housewives of DC; more than a dozen retired and active duty senior military officers; plus journalists and commentators with Fox News, Washington's ABC affiliate WJLA/News Channel 8, Associated Press, New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Huffington Post and Al Hurra.
It would also facilitate the return under the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative, or StAR, run by the World Bank and United Nations, of stolen loot stashed outside countries by former senior government officials.
Heading the visitors' 14-member team is Gamloonthep Devakul, one of Thailand's former senior government officials.
The targets were two former senior government officials and a brother of a local chairman of Jos south local government area, residents said.
The last major attack on the capital was on December 15, when a suicide car bomber blew up his vehicle outside the homes of former senior government officials, killing eight people and wounding more than 40.
The defendants in the trial include a former Iranian vice president and other former senior government officials linked to the country's pro-reform movement, French and Iranian-American academics, employees of the British and French embassies, and an Iranian-Canadian reporter for Newsweek magazine.
Citing unnamed former senior government officials who closely followed the interrogations, the newspaper said the stories of Al-Qaeda terrorism plots Abu Zubaida told his interrogators had sent CIA officers around the globe chasing leads.