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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A federal judge has canceled an order that would've required a high-ranking Justice Department official to testify in Utah court.

Judge Bruce Jenkins had set a July 13th date for the department's public integrity chief to explain under oath a delay in producing documents relating to the death of a Utah man's brother.

He rescinded the order yesterday. However, the judge warned the reprieve is temporary and said the government will have to produce documents about Kenneth Trentadue.

His brother, Salt Lake City lawyer Jesse Trentadue, has been investigating a theory that Kenneth was killed during a 1995 interrogation gone awry after authorities picked him up on a parole violation.

He believes they mistakenly suspected his brother was part of a gang that robbed banks to finance attacks on the government, possibly including the Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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