The American Taliban is due in court Friday, where he's expected to be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
It's part of a plea deal John Walker Lindh worked out with the government -- in exchange for information about former Taliban colleagues and about possible future al-Qaida attacks.
The government said Lindh has fulfilled his agreement to cooperate, undergoing an extensive interrogation as part of a plea agreement.
Many details of Lindh's interrogation remain secret.
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