The Miami Herald reports just-released transcripts of a secret session at the Guantánamo war court show defense lawyers want a list of the countries where the CIA jailed the alleged USS Cole bomber, and the names of people who worked at the agency's black sites. But the prosecution won't provide them. The tug-of-war over transparency emerged days after the Senate voted to declassify a portion of an investigation of the so-called CIA Torture Programe that could contain some of the answers sought by lawyers for Saudi Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri before his death-penalty trial. Defense lawyers have security clearances that allow them to know certain aspects of the still-secret CIA Rendition, Detention and Interrogation program. But they aren't entitled to a list of nations and names as they prepare for al-Nashiri's Dec. 4th death penalty tribunal, case prosecutor Navy Commander Andrea Lockhart said in a transcript of the closed Feb. 22nd Guantánamo hearing.