Subject: Moussaoui did not commit a capital offense. From: JohnLex7 Date: Mar 14 2006 3:32P Source: http://fray.slate.com/?id=3936&m=17137156& Perhaps, he didn’t commit an offense at all. Dahlia focuses on the federal conspiracy law, and only tangentially refers to the two far … Read more . . .
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA -v- ZACARIAS MOUSSAOUI, a/k/a "Shaqil," a/k/a "Abu Khalid al Sahrawi," Defendant.) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) CRIMINAL NO: Conspiracy to Commit Acts of Terrorism Transcending National Boundaries (18 U.S.C. ßß 2332b(a)(2) … Read more . . .
Prosecutor: Moussaoui Did His Part for 9/11 By MICHAEL J. SNIFFEN, Associated Press Writer Mon Mar 6, 2006 ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Opening its argument for executing al-Qaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, the government said Monday he "lied so that murders could … Read more . . .
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/06/12/attack/main511972.shtml Defense: Moussaoui Is Scapegoat ALEXANDRIA, Va., April 26, 2002 "None of the acts Moussaoui is alleged to have committed, including the act of joining the conspiracy, regardless of the criminal intent of that conspiracy, can be said to have … Read more . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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.”Read more . . .
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 … 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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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: … Read more . . .
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 … 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 . . .