9/11 Families Urge Judge to Release Aviation Security Evidence on Terrorist Attacks Call for a Completion of the Historical Record on 9/11 at Pivotal Hearings in Aviation Cases Supported by The New York Times Company, Reporters Committee for Freedom of … Continue reading
Judge defends pretrial secrecy of 9/11 documents By LARRY NEUMEISTER – 26. March 2009, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A judge said Wednesday he favors keeping Sept. 11-related documents and interviews secret until the trials for several families of … Continue reading
German court bases 9/11 judgment on conspiracy theory By Elias Davidsson 15 January 2007 Germany’s highest court, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, announced on January 12, 2007 that it will not hear the appeal of the sentence of “convicted … Continue reading
Imad Yarkas, a defendant, said that accusations that he headed a “soldiers of Allah” group of Islamist extremists were “a myth – totally false”, and insisted Islam “clearly says that killing children, women, elderly people is wrong, as is bringing down buildings.”Continue reading
Al Qaeda leader sentenced to 27 years By Elisabeth O’Leary Mon Sep 26, 2005, 2:48 PM ET MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s High Court jailed an al Qaeda leader for 27 years on Monday for conspiring with the September 11 plotters … Continue reading
U.S. Government reasoning for not bringing Al Qaeda sympathizers to trial. Reasoning approved by U.S. judges. UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE FOURTH CIRCUITNo. 05-6396 JOSE PADILLA,Petitioner – Appellee, versus C. T. HANFT, U.S.N. Commander, ConsolidatedNaval Brig.,Respondent – Appellant. Argued: … Continue reading
U.S. Campaign Produces Few Convictions on Terrorism Charges Statistics Often Count Lesser Crimes By Dan Eggen and Julie Tate Washington Post Staff Writers Sunday, June 12, 2005; Page A01 First of two parts On Thursday, President Bush stepped to a lectern … Continue reading
February 14, 2005 – Spanish prosecutors seeks 222,000 years in prison and nearly $1.17 billion in fines for 9/11 suspects. "Spanish prosecutors are seeking a total of 222,000 years in prison and nearly $1.17 billion in fines for three suspects … Continue reading
Suspect in Madrid trial denies 9/11 role Al Jazeera <!– always make sure the above is right next to the asp:img closing tag with –> Thursday 12 May 2005, 0:13 Makka Time, 21:13 GMT http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/10D9A214-0DFB-4EBD-9B91-D14F5BD94346.htm The suspects condemned the … Continue reading
http://www.wsws.org/articles/2004/dec2004/terr-d20_prn.shtmlSecret evidence used in Australian “terrorist” trialBy Mike Head20 December 2004 In a development without precedent in Australia, secret evidence is being heard in closed sessions, with access denied to the public, the media and even the accused man and … Continue reading
"I was in custody for nearly three years and no one came up to me and said, ‘Hey, we think you were involved,’ " he said. "This has got me very upset. It is very unfair, and it’s ruining my life."
Abdullah’s San Diego attorney, Randall B. Hamud, said his client remains a virtual captive in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, where he is under constant surveillance by the government.
Abdullah was arrested as a material witness in late September 2001. He spent 32 months in U.S. jails and prisons as the FBI and the Justice Department investigated his ties to Almihdhar, Alhazmi and a network of immigrant friends, all of whom congregated around the Rabat mosque in a suburb of San Diego.
Commission investigators complained that they were never able to interview Abdullah before he was deported.Continue reading
Man in 9/11 trial denies knowledge of Al Qaeda April 27, 2005 ASSOCIATED PRESS A man accused of helping plot the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the United States said Tuesday in Madrid, Spain, that he had … Continue reading
24 October 2000 Source: Court Reporters Office of the Southern District of New York See related court docket: http://cryptome.sabotage.org/qaeda102000.htm This transcript is from an appearance by Ali Mohamed before Judge Sand on October 20, 2000. Mr. Mohamed is one of 17 … Continue reading