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German court acquits 9/11 suspect

A German court has acquitted a Moroccan man accused of assisting three of the 11 September hijackers. Abdelghani Mzoudi had admitted being a friend of the three men while they lived in Hamburg, but denied any prior knowledge of the US attacks in 2001. Mr Mzoudi, 31, had faced charges of aiding and abetting the murder of several thousand people. The trial judge said the evidence was not strong enough for a conviction, but said doubts remained over his conduct. “You have been acquitted and this may be a relief to you, but it is no reason for joy,” Judge Klaus Ruehle told him. Full Story

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