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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Ramzi Yousef
A terrorist serving life in prison plus 240 years for his role in masterminding the World Trade Center bombing in 1993 that killed six and injured more than 1,000 has now filed a lawsuit to get out of solitary confinement.
''The Hunt for KSM: Inside the Pursuit and Takedown of the Real 9/11 Mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed" by veteran investigative reporters Terry McDermott and Josh Meyer, is a gripping account of how KSM, one of al Qaeda's most prominent terrorist "entrepreneurs," played such a crucial role in one of the deadliest terrorist operations in history.
He said the trial should dispel the fears of big tribunal advocates, showing them they are "blowing a lot of hot air."
David Kelley, an attorney in private practice who served as U.S. attorney in Manhattan under President George W. Bush after successfully prosecuting 1993 World Trade Center bombing mastermind Ramzi Yousef, said the administration's approach was somewhat vindicated by a trial that showed "it can and should be, in appropriate circumstances, done in civil courts."