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 +*'''KSM will almost certainly be found guilty in NY civilian courts.''' [http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/18/opinion/18simon.html?_r=1&ref=opinion Steven Simon. "Why We Should Put Jihad on Trial." New York Times. November 17th, 2009]: "Others complain that Mr. Mohammed might take advantage of quirks of the criminal justice system and go free. That’s highly unlikely. First, he has already confessed to the crime; and, given the zero acquittal rate for terrorists in New York previously, any anxiety about a “not guilty” verdict seems unwarranted."
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Should 9/11 suspects be tried in New York, as ordered by US attorney general Eric Holder?

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  • KSM will almost certainly be found guilty in NY civilian courts. Steven Simon. "Why We Should Put Jihad on Trial." New York Times. November 17th, 2009: "Others complain that Mr. Mohammed might take advantage of quirks of the criminal justice system and go free. That’s highly unlikely. First, he has already confessed to the crime; and, given the zero acquittal rate for terrorists in New York previously, any anxiety about a “not guilty” verdict seems unwarranted."


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