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  • Witness recalls demo in 'how to slit a throat' as terror trial opens

    Witness recalls demo in 'how to slit a throat' as terror trial opens
    NEW YORK -- On a ranch in rural Oregon, a radical Muslim holding a dagger with a curved blade yanked back the head of a kneeling young man and brought the metal to his neck. 
  • Eric Holder says terror verdict vindicates call for civilian trials

    Eric Holder says terror verdict vindicates call for civilian trials
    WASHINGTON — Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr., who for five years has advocated trying terrorism suspects in U.S. civilian court only to be slapped down by Congress, took a victory lap in New York on Tuesday, proclaiming that last week's conviction...

    Sulaiman abu Ghaith guilty verdict revives terror trial venue debate

    Sulaiman abu Ghaith guilty verdict revives terror trial venue debate
    NEW YORK — It took less than 13 months for Sulaiman abu Ghaith, a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden, to be arrested, put on trial and convicted of terrorism charges for being the fiery mouthpiece of Al Qaeda in the days following the Sept. 11, 2001,...

    Abu Ghaith verdict shows lingering impact of Sept. 11 to New Yorkers

    Abu Ghaith verdict shows lingering impact of Sept. 11 to New Yorkers
    NEW YORK -- However you viewed the outcome of the terrorism trial of Sulaiman abu Ghaith, perhaps best known as Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, one thing was clear from its start until the moment the word "guilty" was read in court: the lingering effect...

    Defense in Abu Ghaith trial says judge rushed jury, vows to appeal

    Defense in Abu Ghaith trial says judge rushed jury, vows to appeal
    NEW YORK--The conviction of a former Al Qaeda spokesman Wednesday for crimes stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks could bolster calls for the movement of high-profile terror suspects out of Guantanamo Bay to civilian courts, but the defendant's...