Al-Qaida’s Moussaoui on trial for his life today By Greg Gordon — Bee Washington BureauPublished 2:15 am PST Monday, February 6, 2006Story appeared on Page A1 of The Bee WASHINGTON – He has spent more than four years in … Read more . . .
The Sentencing of Zacarias Moussaoui: Questions of Fact and Issues as to Defendant’s Competency Cloud ProceedingsBy ELAINE CASSEL —-Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006http://writ.news.findlaw.com/cassel/20060216.html This week, the selection of the jury that will sentence Moroccan-born Canadian citizen Zacarias Moussaoui began. Moussaoui is … Read more . . .
[The following story mentions the relationship between Moussaoui and Al Qaeda leaders. Thus the Sept. 11 Commission maintains that "Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, alleged mastermind of the plot, denied that Moussaoui was part of the 9/11 team". while the "Ramzi Binalshibh, another alleged Sept. 11 plotter, said that he assumed Moussaoui was indeed supposed to be a 9/11 pilot". Neither Khaled Sheikh Mohammed nor Ramzi Binalshibh, reportedly under U.S. custody, have been presented to any court nor presented to the media. They may be dead. the may have been subject to torture, or their allegations may be fabricated. Unless they are voluntarily brought forward, nothing can be taken granted regarding their contradictory claims. The tribunal refused to let them testify in Moussaoui’s trial. – E.D.]
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Is Zacarias Moussaoui’s “admission of guilt” legally valid ? by Elias Davidsson 17 July 2005 On 22 April 2005, Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person charged by the U.S. government of acts related to 9/11, was reported by mass media to have … Read more . . .
Bush administration hails Moussaoui guilty plea – continues 9/11 cover-up By Patrick Martin 26 April 2005 http://www.wsws.org/articles/2005/apr2005/zacc-a26.shtml Zaccarias Moussaoui pleaded guilty April 22 to six counts of conspiracy to carry out terrorist attacks on US targets, the first conviction … Read more . . .
Moussaoui admits criminal guilt on six counts According to press releases and the attached Court Transcript, Zacarias Moussaoui admitted on April 22, 2005, guilt to six counts: Count 1: Membership in a conspiracy to commit acts of terrorism transcending national … Read more . . .
The information in the following two excerpts from the NYT suggest to me there is no certainty about what exactly Moussaoui’s plea establishes as "fact." Judge Rules 9/11 Defendant Is Competent to Plead Guilty By ERICLICHTBLAU Published: April 21, 2005 … Read more . . .
Arrests and Trials of Non-Citizens within the United States: Zacarias Moussaoui Source: http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/us_law/detainees/moussaoui.htm Zacarias Moussaoui was arrested on August 16, 2001 in Minnesota. Instructors at a flying school he attended were suspicious of him because he paid for his $8,000 … Read more . . .
The Justice Department says national security is the reason it will not obey a federal court ruling ordering it to allow Zacarias Moussaoui – the only person charged in the Sept. 11 terror attacks – to speak to an alleged al Qaeda member.Read more . . .