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Moussaoui Trial to Move Into Next Phase

Jurors deciding the fate of Zacarias Moussaoui are being exposed to some emotionally jarring testimony as the al-Qaida terrorist’s death-penalty trial moves into a second phase. On Wednesday, prosecutors received the judge’s approval to play cockpit voice recordings from United Flight 93, the plane that crashed into a western Pennsylvania field on Sept. 11, 2001, after passengers fought back against the hijackers. The tape has never been aired publicly, although relatives of the Flight 93 passengers have been permitted to hear it. When family members heard the 30-minute recording in April 2002, the government had grief counselors on hand and warned the families that graphic details would be audible. Full Story

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