In Real Time: Newly released audio from Sept. 11, 2001, chronicles the civilian and military air responses to the terror attacks. The New York Times reports the dean of Rutgers Law School, John Farmer Jr., worked with students and a retired Army colonel to review and transcribe the files. The multimedia account contains recordings from air traffic controllers, airline and fighter jet pilots and two of the hijackers.
Make No Mistake: Federal prosecutors are fighting to keep alive the government's Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecution against two former executives of Lindsey Manufacturing, The National Law Journal reports. Government lawyers said they made "honest mistakes" in the case but said there was no prosecutorial misconduct. A hearing is scheduled in November.
Fix It: The U.S. Justice Department today is rolling out a lengthy report on alleged corruption and other abuses in the Puerto Rico police department, The New York Times reports. The report accuses the department of a "profound" and "longstanding" pattern of civil rights violations and illegal practices, including the use of excessive force and unlawful search and seizures.
Fast Talk: Georgetown University Law Center today hosts a panel discussion on competitive debate and oral advocacy. The National Law Journal's Tony Mauro has a preview here. The event includes a screening of filmmaker Debra Tolchinsky's "Fast Talk," which tracks the 2005-2006 Northwestern University debate team in competition.