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Verdict Postponed in German 9/11 Case

A German court on Wednesday postponed a verdict in the trial of an alleged conspirator in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States after prosecutors said a day before the ruling was due that they had received a potentially incriminating account by a man claiming to be an Iranian intelligence agent. The court said it would consider the new evidence delivered by the prosecution in the case of Abdelghani Mzoudi, a Moroccan citizen charged with 3,066 counts of accessory to murder and membership in a terrorist organization. The evidence is contained in a 17-page document that German law enforcement authorities wrote after questioning the man, whom the paper does not identify. According to people familiar with the document, the man is quoted as saying that Mzoudi, 31, provided coded communications to help set up the attacks, that the al Qaeda network had intended to kill him after he was released from jail and that the Iranian intelligence service had cooperated with the terror group. Full Story

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