Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Turns out the Moussaoui Case isn't over

McLEAN, Va. (AP) -- A federal judge expressed frustration Tuesday that the government provided incorrect information about evidence in the prosecution of Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and raised the possibility of ordering a new trial in another high-profile terrorism case.

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Attorneys for al-Timimi have been seeking access to documents. They also want to depose government witnesses to determine whether the government improperly failed to disclose the existence of certain evidence.
WHAT? The government would never give false information and witnesses for a corrupt court case for the purpose of propagandizing the War on Terror! In all seriousness however, I seriously doubt that Moussaoui is completely innocent, especially since he pleaded guilty. The real question is, to what extent is he guilty, what did he really do (or intend to do rather), and what is the government hiding (and why)? This really is one strange case.

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