How German leaders conspired with the U.S. and Syria in covering-up a secret operationRead more . . .
Al Motassadeq appeals By Hugh Williamson in Berlin Published: Financial Times, January 9 2007 20:06 | Last updated: January 9 2007 20:06 Lawyers for a Moroccan man convicted in Germany for helping plan the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks on … Read more . . .
AI Index: EUR 23/001/2005 (Public) News Service No: 227 18 August 2005 Germany: Hamburg court violates international law by admitting evidence potentially obtained through torture [See comments by Elias Davidsson at the End] Amnesty International is deeply concerned that the … Read more . . .
Serious travesty of justice in Germany in an alleged 9/11 case by Elias Davidsson 17 November 2006 According to the international press, a German appeals court convicted on November 14, 2006 a Moroccan national, Mounir el-Motassadeq, of involvement in the … Read more . . .
9/11 Panel’s Findings Strain German Case By Craig Whitlock Washington Post Foreign Service Wednesday, March 9, 2005; Page A12 HAMBURG, March 8 — An attorney for the Sept. 11 commission testified Tuesday that the conspiracy to fly hijacked airplanes into … Read more . . .
Court Frees Moroccan Convicted In 9/11 Case U.S. Would Not Provide Evidence At Hamburg Trial By John Burgess Washington Post Foreign Service Thursday, April 8, 2004; Page A15 BERLIN, April 7 — A Moroccan man who is the only person … Read more . . .
Yahoo-Nachrichten http://de.news.yahoo.com/050819/336/4nm46.html Freitag 19. August 2005, 15:19 Uhr Sieben Jahre Haft für Mounir El Motassadeq Hamburg (ddp-nrd). Fast regelungslos sitzt Mounir El Motassadeq auf der Anklagebank im Saal 237 des Hanseatischen Oberlandesgerichts (OLG) in Hamburg. Ähnlich ruhig wie während der … Read more . . .
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL External Document AI Index: EUR 23/001/2005 (Public) News Service No: 227 18 August 2005 Germany: Hamburg court violates international law by admitting evidence potentially obtained through torture Amnesty International is deeply concerned that the Hamburg Supreme Court (Hanseatisches Oberlandesgericht) decided … Read more . . .
January 31, 2005 – A key al Qaeda suspect in U.S. custody has said Mounir el-Motassadeq had no knowledge of the 9/11 attack plot. "A key al Qaeda suspect in U.S. custody has said a Moroccan man on trial in … Read more . . .
Alleged 9/11 Hijackers Seen In Wedding Video BERLIN, May 7, 2003 (AP) A wedding video shot in a Hamburg mosque has been broadcast for the first time and shows grainy scenes of Sept. 11 al Qaeda suicide pilots celebrating with other … Read more . . .