Adam Brandolph
March 9, 2010

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An Allegheny County judge on Monday heard more arguments about releasing documents related to police conduct during last year’s G-20 economic summit.

The Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board says it needs the documents to complete an investigation of incidents that occurred during the Sept. 24-25 summit of world leaders.

Attorneys representing city police Chief Nate Harper say the board doesn’t have the authority to review the documents because the request doesn’t stem from individual complaints, and some of the information could jeopardize national security.

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