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Money Awaits Moussaoui in Oklahoma

If accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui wants to turn his attention away from his U.S. federal trial, there is about $100 waiting for him in Oklahoma. Moussaoui’s name appeared on a list that the Oklahoma treasurer’s office released over the weekend of about 30,000 people who had unclaimed property. Moussaoui never made arrangements to recover a security deposit on a utility connection he set up when he was at an Oklahoma flight school, said state treasurer spokesman Tim Allen. “We were given Mr. Moussaoui’s name by a utility company. Apparently he did not leave a forwarding address,” Allen said. Moussaoui, a Frenchman of Moroccan descent who was being held on immigration charges when the attacks occurred, is the only person charged in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. He faces the death penalty if convicted on conspiracy charges. Full Story

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