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9/11 Suspect Could Face Reduced Charges

The German judge overseeing the trial of a suspected accomplice in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks said today that the defendant, Mounir Motassadeq, could face reduced charges after Motassadeq complained that his defense was being denied access to classified CIA reports made available to prosecutors. Presiding Judge Albrecht Mentz spoke after hearing a heated statement from Motassadeq, who claimed that his right to a fair trial was being undercut by the German government’s refusal to turn over what he called potentially exculpatory material that it received from the CIA. Motassadeq also condemned his inability to call witnesses who are being held in secret captivity as al Qaeda suspects. Full Story

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