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The Pentagon said on Tuesday it will provide some but not all the documents demanded by a congressional panel investigating last year's Fort Hood shooting rampage.
Facing a subpoena from the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, the Defense and Justice departments promised to provide the panel with the personnel file of the suspected gunman, Major Nidal Hasan, as well as other documents, Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell told reporters.
But the Pentagon was still unwilling to grant the lawmakers access to possible witnesses as well as investigative reports in