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FBI chief expects tribunals for 3 terror suspects

FBI Director Robert Mueller said Wednesday that he expects high-level al-Qaeda operatives now under U.S. control, including alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, to be prosecuted before military tribunals. In a wide-ranging discussion with reporters, Mueller said federal authorities have gathered evidence that would support the prosecutions of Mohammed, al-Qaeda’s former military operations chief; Ramzi Bin al-Shibh, al-Qaeda’s alleged paymaster for the 9/11 attacks; and Abu Zubaydah, who helped oversee the terrorist group’s training operations in Afghanistan. Mueller did not elaborate on the status of the evidence-collection effort or when the terrorist leaders might be referred to the tribunal system. Full Story

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