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Test of US ability to win terror cases in court

If nothing else, the long trial of confessed Al Qaeda member Zacarias Moussaoui – now in its final phase – may have highlighted the difficulties of prosecuting big terrorism cases in a democratic nation’s civilian courts. Mr. Moussaoui himself has been disruptive and belligerent. He’s been thrown out of court for outbursts, such as shouting “I am Al Qaeda!” in front of prospective jurors. The courts have struggled with his attempts to serve as his own lawyer, and requests for testimony from other terror suspects. Full Story

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