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German Court Asked to Pursue 9 – 11 Clues

An attorney for families of Sept. 11 victims asked a court Friday to seek testimony from an al-Qaida suspect in Syria, saying it could lead to a stiffer sentence for a man convicted in Germany of aiding the suicide hijackers. Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a German-Syrian dual national who is standing trial in Damascus, lived in Hamburg at the same time as lead hijacker Mohamed Atta and is alleged to have introduced him to al-Qaida leaders in Afghanistan. He also knew Mounir el Motassadeq, a Moroccan man convicted last month of involvement in the Sept. 11 plot. Full Story

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