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semissourian.com: Article
Published in Southeast Missourian - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON -- Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui -- even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
Yakima Herald-Republic Local News, Sports, Real Estate, Obituaries, Shopping and Advertising
Published in Yakima Herald-Republic - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Abbas, Arafat resolve dispute; Palestinian kills one in Tel Aviv JERUSALEM (AP) - A Palestinian attacker stabbed a man to death and wounded another in Tel Aviv on Tuesday in what police called the first terror attack in an Israeli city since militant groups declared a truce June 29. Palestinian leaders, meanwhile, said they settled a rift that jeopardized peace efforts. Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas had threatened to resign unless Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement backed his handling of contacts with Israel. The two met late Monday, and organizers said they resolved their differences.
Valley City Times Record
Published in Valley City Times-Record - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui _ even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
ctnow.com | Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness
Published in Hartford Courant - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
While dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution by a military tribunal -- where the government's national security concerns would be paramount -- the Alexandria, Va.-based judge could take less drastic steps. She could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence. Prosecutors said they're banking on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold their argument that any comments by Binalshibh to Moussaoui would jeopardize national security, especially if they're played at Moussaoui's trial on charges of conspiring with the Sept.
Cheboygan Tribune
Published in Cheboygan Daily Tribune - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior _ suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
Printable Version
Published in Cheboygan Daily Tribune - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness By LARRY MARGASAK WASHINGTON - The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior _ suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness
Published in The Free Lance-Star - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior _ suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema can now penalize the government, but the ultimate sanction of dismissal is not her only option for disobedience of her order to allow the deposition.
Feds Refuse to Produce Moussaoui Witness
Published in The Free Lance-Star - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui _ even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
Feds Refuse to Produce Moussaoui Witness
Published in The Free Lance-Star - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui _ even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
TimesDispatch.com | U.S. blocks Moussaoui interview
Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - Defying a court order, the Justice Department said yesterday that it will not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va., trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
Greenwich Time - Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness
Published in Greenwich Time - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema can now penalize the government, but the ultimate sanction of dismissal is not her only option for disobedience of her order to allow the deposition. While dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution by a military tribunal -- where the government's national security concerns would be paramount -- the Alexandria, Va.-based judge could take less drastic steps. She could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence. Prosecutors said they're banking on the 4th U.S.
The Newton Kansan News Story
Published in The Newton Kansan - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Associated Press Writer The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
The Newton Kansan News Story
Published in The Newton Kansan - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Associated Press Writer Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
AP Wire | 07/15/2003 | Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness
Published in Monterey County Herald - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior - suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
thepittsburghchannel.com - News - Moussaoui Prosecutors Refuse To Produce Witness
Published in WTAE-TV - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last month rejected the U.S. government's appeal of a lower court order granting Moussaoui the right to question the al-Qaida agent, Ramzi Binalshibh, who is in U.S. custody overseas. The court dismissed the Justice Department's appeal on a technicality, ruling that the government acted too soon in appealing the trial judge's order U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema has a range of sanctions available, including barring government evidence or even dismissing charges in the only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks.
SavannahNOW | Savannah Morning News on the Web
Published in Savannah Morning News - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
SavannahNOW | Savannah Morning News on the Web
Published in Savannah Morning News - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
Tribnet.com - News
Published in Tacoma News Tribune - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
LARRY MARGASAK; The Associated Press WASHINGTON - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government, but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.
TRIBnet 24-hour News Page
Published in Tacoma News Tribune - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON (July 14, 5:57 p.m. PDT) - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
GoMemphis: Nation & World
Published in Memphis Commercial Appeal - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. Dist. Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence. The government said it recognizes that its objection means the deposition of Ramzi Binalshibh cannot go forward, and that the decision "obligates the court now to dismiss the indictment unless the court finds that the interests of justice can be served by another action.
fresnobee.com | Top Story
Published in Fresno Bee - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
heraldsun.com: Feds Refuse to Produce al-Qaida Witness
Published in Derham Herald Sun - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department acknowledges its defiance of a judge's order may cause dismissal of charges against accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, but says it won't produce an al-Qaida prisoner for questioning by the defendant. The government notified the trial judge Monday that it wouldn't budge in its refusal to let Moussaoui, an acknowledged al-Qaida loyalist, interview a former superior -- suspected Sept. 11 attack coordinator Ramzi Binalshibh. U.S.
The Charleston Gazette - APNews
Published in Charleston Gazette - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
[ Top ][ National News ][ Regional News ][ Regional Sports ] WASHN: appellate court Brinkema has ruled that Moussaoui, who is representing himself, should be allowed to question Binalshibh via a satellite hookup. The exchange, which the government is desperately trying to stop, could be played to jurors if Moussaoui's case goes to trial. Brinkema had concluded Binalshibh may support Moussaoui's contention that he was not part of the Sept. 11 conspiracy.
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Published in Augusta Chronicle - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
Justice Department refuses to let Moussaoui question Al-Qaida witness
Published in Minneapolis Star Tribune - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
The long-expected decision, disclosed shortly after a federal appeals court voted 7-5 against intervening in the matter, brings to a head a legal impasse that threatens prospects for Moussaoui to be tried in a civilian court. U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema of Alexandria, Va., now must decide whether to dismiss the government's marquee prosecution stemming from the suicide hijackings or to impose some other sanction, such as striking the death penalty against Moussaoui. Either decision could set off an appeals court battle.
Feds refuse to produce Moussaoui witness
Published in Harrisburg Patriot-News - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
Anchorage Daily News | Justice Department refuses to produce Moussaoui witness
Published in Anchorage Daily News - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON (July 14, 4:57 p.m. ADT) - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
FOXNews.com
Published in Fox News - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema (search) could also respond by barring government evidence, throwing out some charges or instructing jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence in the only U.S. case to arise from the 2001 attacks. The department's move is likely to trigger intervention by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., but not immediately. The full court voted 7-5 on Monday to deny, for now, reconsideration of a three-judge panel's refusal to step in at this stage.
AP Wire | 07/14/2003 | Feds refuse to produce Moussaoui witness
Published in BayArea.com - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department defied a judge Monday and refused to make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though the tactic could lead to dismissal of the case. Dismissal could ultimately lead to prosecution in a military tribunal. The high stakes defiance, on national security grounds, allows U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema to penalize the government but dismissal is not her only option. The Alexandria, Va.-based judge could throw out some charges, exclude government evidence or instruct jurors that the government refused to provide certain evidence.
Salon.com News | Feds refuse to produce Moussaoui witness
Published in Salon.com - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
If the court considers an alternative to dismissal, prosecutors asked that they be heard before action is taken. The government also asked Brinkema to postpone any action pending a ruling by the appellate court. Brinkema has ruled that Moussaoui, who is representing himself, should be allowed to question Binalshibh via a satellite hookup. The exchange, which the government is desperately trying to stop, could be played to jurors if Moussaoui's case goes to trial. Brinkema had concluded Binalshibh may support Moussaoui's contention that he was not part of the Sept. 11 conspiracy.
CNN.com - Feds refuse Moussaoui access to witness - Jul. 14, 2003
Published in CNN - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Brinkema ordered federal prosecutors to tell her whether they would comply with her January 31 order to facilitate a videotaped deposition of Ramzi Binalshibh, a suspected planner of the September 11 attacks who was captured in Pakistan 10 months ago and detained overseas. Moussaoui, charged with terrorism conspiracy for allegedly collaborating with the 19 hijackers, wants to question Binalshibh because he believes the witness would exonerate him of any role in the attacks, which killed more than 3,000 people. The Justice Department appealed the January order, but a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S.
sunspot.net - war on terror
Published in Baltimore Sun - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - Defying a court order, the Justice Department said today it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui -- even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va., trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
USATODAY.com - Justice Department won't bring out Moussaoui witness
Published in USA TODAY - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
Justice Department won't bring out Moussaoui witnessWASHINGTON (AP) - Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaeda witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va.
Tri-City Herald: nation
Published in Tricityherald.com - Indexed on Jul 15, 2003
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defying a court order, the Justice Department said Monday it would not make an al-Qaida witness available to terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui - even though prosecutors understood this could mean dismissal of the charges. The only U.S. case to arise from the Sept. 11 attacks could be sent to a military tribunal if U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema dismissed the case. The Alexandria, Va. trial judge also has lesser options, including dismissal of some charges, restriction of government evidence, or a jury instruction that could be damaging to the government's case.
ABC 13 - Moussaoui Lawyers: Court Should Stay Out of Dispute Over Prisoner Interview
Published in Wset.com - Indexed on Jul 14, 2003
Washington (AP) - An appeals court should not intervene now in a dispute over terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui's right to interview an al-Qaida prisoner, defense lawyers argued Friday. The defense's written motion, if successful, would allow a trial judge to penalize the government if prosecutors refuse to produce the witness - suspected Sept. 11 organizer Ramzi Binalshibh. The motion opposed the government's attempt on Thursday to have the appeals court reconsider its earlier decision to stay on the sidelines. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., has not ruled on the prosecutors' motion for reconsideration.
Ardmoreite.com
Published in The Daily Ardmoreite - Indexed on Jul 13, 2003
The government is making a new attempt to block accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui from questioning an al-Qaida prisoner, urging an appeals court to reconsider its earlier refusal to act. The interview would disrupt efforts to obtain intelligence and provide an admitted terrorist with access to an enemy combatant held overseas, the Justice Department said Thursday in a written filing with the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va. The government sought a rehearing by a three-judge panel or all the judges of the appellate court.
heraldsun.com: Moussaoui Lawyers: Let Trial Judge ...
Published in Derham Herald Sun - Indexed on Jul 13, 2003
WASHINGTON -- A trial judge should be allowed, for now, to handle a dispute over terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui's right to interview a suspected coordinator of the Sept. 11 attacks, Moussaoui's lawyers argue. The defense's written motion Friday, if successful, would allow a trial judge to penalize the government if prosecutors refuse to produce the witness, Ramzi Binalshibh. The motion opposed the government's attempt Thursday to have the appeals court reconsider its earlier decision to stay on the sidelines. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., has not ruled on the prosecutors' motion for reconsideration.
sacbee.com -- 24-Hour News: National News -- Bush issues disaster declaration for 25 Indiana counties
Published in Sacramento Bee - Indexed on Jul 13, 2003
Prosecutors support moving sniper trial from D.C. suburbs MANASSAS, Va. (AP) - Prosecutors reversed course Friday and said they support moving the murder trial of sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad out of the Washington suburbs. Prosecutor Paul Ebert said it would be inconsistent to leave the trial in Manassas, given that the judge in the case of fellow suspect Lee Boyd Malvo changed the venue in that case last week. Cops still seek weapons in California murders BAKERSFIELD, Calif.
sunspot.net - war on terror
Published in Baltimore Sun - Indexed on Jul 13, 2003
WASHINGTON - When Justice Department officials held a news conference two weeks ago to say they had broken up a "Virginia jihad network," they called the group violent and dangerous and "a stark reminder that terrorist organizations of various allegiances are active in the United States." But a week later, in what was expected to be a series of routine hearings, a federal magistrate judge, T. Rawles Jones Jr., ordered that five of the men be freed without bond until trial. Challenging their evidence, Jones rebuffed prosecutors' claim that the men posed a serious threat. Three of the five have since been released.
Planting Weapons of Mass Destruction, Karl Rove, And "Sympathy for the Devil" - A BuzzFlash Editorial
Published in BuzzFlash - Indexed on Jul 13, 2003
As BuzzFlash and many other Internet sites pointed out again and again beginning last fall, Bush and Blair were lying about WMD's to mount a war for oil. There were other covert reasons for the Iraq war (see BuzzFlash's "The Perfect War" [LINK] and "Endgame" [LINK]), but the WMD's were clearly the "red alert" that was the justification for attacking Iraq immediately to achieve those publicly unrevealed goals. Despite the vaunted KGB-like secrecy apparatus of the Bush Cartel, evidence is now leaking out that Bush and Blair blatantly and brazenly lied. The truth is spilling out in the British press like a sieve.
nbc4.com - News - Government Seeks To Block Interview In Moussaoui Case
Published in Nbc4.com - Indexed on Jul 12, 2003
POSTED: 10:11 p.m. EDT July 10, 2003 WASHINGTON -- The government urged an appeals court Thursday to reconsider its refusal to block terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui from questioning an al-Qaida prisoner. The interview would disrupt efforts to obtain intelligence and provide an admitted terrorist with access to an enemy combatant held overseas, the Justice Department said in its latest attempt to stop the deposition. The written motion by the government sought a rehearing by a three-judge panel or all the judges of the Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Examiner
Published in Examiner.ie - Indexed on Jul 12, 2003
THE September 11 attacks were given the code name 'Operation Holy Tuesday' and precisely planned at an al-Qaida meeting in Malaysia chaired by terror mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, it has emerged. The purpose of the three day secret conference in January 2000, which was monitored by Malaysian police at the CIA's request, was to discuss details of how the hijackers should train and hide in the United States and how the attacks should be carried out. "This was the first planning meeting of the 9/11 operation.
The Washington Dispatch - Opinion
Published in Washingtondispatch.com - Indexed on Jul 12, 2003
Much of Washington was stunned last month when President Bush's chief counterterrorism expert resigned with a blast of criticism and then joined Democratic Sen. John Kerry's campaign for president. The shock among a knowledgeable few was even greater when an intimate adviser of Janet Reno as the Clinton administration's attorney general was named to a similar high-ranking terrorism post. Defector Rand Beers's post as senior director for Combating Terrorism remains vacant. However, on May 27, Frances Fragos Townsend was named deputy national security adviser for Combating Terrorism.
ABC 13 - Feds Attempt to Block Moussaoui Interview
Published in Wset.com - Indexed on Jul 12, 2003
Washington (AP) - The government is making a new attempt to block accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui from questioning an al-Qaida prisoner, urging an appeals court to reconsider its earlier refusal to act. The interview would disrupt efforts to obtain intelligence and provide an admitted terrorist with access to an enemy combatant held overseas, the Justice Department said Thursday in a written filing with the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va. The government sought a rehearing by a three-judge panel or all the judges of the appellate court.
Robert Novak: Bush's enemy within
Published in Town Hall - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
WASHINGTON -- Much of Washington was stunned last month when President Bush's chief counterterrorism expert resigned with a blast of criticism and then joined Democratic Sen. John Kerry's campaign for president. The shock among a knowledgeable few was even greater when an intimate adviser of Janet Reno as the Clinton administration's attorney general was named to a similar high-ranking terrorism post. Defector Rand Beers's post as senior director for Combating Terrorism remains vacant. However, on May 27, Frances Fragos Townsend was named deputy national security adviser for Combating Terrorism.
AP Wire | 07/11/2003 | Feds Attempt to Block Moussaoui Interview
Published in The Tribune - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
WASHINGTON - The government is making a new attempt to block accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui from questioning an al-Qaida prisoner, urging an appeals court to reconsider its earlier refusal to act. The interview would disrupt efforts to obtain intelligence and provide an admitted terrorist with access to an enemy combatant held overseas, the Justice Department said Thursday in a written filing with the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va. The government sought a rehearing by a three-judge panel or all the judges of the appellate court.
Island Packet Online: U.S. presses court to block prisoner's questioning in Moussaoui trial
Published in Island Packet - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government urged an appeals court Thursday to reconsider its refusal to block terrorism suspect Zacarias Moussaoui from questioning an al-Qaida prisoner. The interview would disrupt efforts to obtain intelligence and provide an admitted terrorist with access to an enemy combatant held overseas, the Justice Department said in its latest attempt to stop the deposition. The written motion by the government sought a rehearing by a three-judge panel or all the judges of the Richmond, Va.-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Washington, EU to sign multilateral extradition treaty - 25 Jun 2003
Published in EU Business - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
by Patrick Anidjar WASHINGTON, June 25 (AFP) - The United States and the European Union are to sign an extradition treaty on Wednesday during a summit in which the fight against terrorism will be a key theme. US Attorney General John Ashcroft and Greek Justice Minister Philippos Petsalnikos, representing the EU, will sign the treaty after the Washington summit. The treaty will not replace bilateral accords already made between the United States and several EU member nations however. But the provisions will prevail over existing bilateral accords for "specified criminal offences" punishable by at least one year in jail.
Asbury Park Press | Story
Published in Asbury Park Press - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
GANNETT NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON -- Problems getting information from federal agencies are impeding the independent investigation ordered by Congress and President Bush into the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, lead investigators warned yesterday. "Time is slipping by," said former New Jersey Gov. Thomas H. Kean, a co-chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. "Every day lost complicates our work." Kean, a Republican, did not accuse any of the 16 agencies involved of stonewalling. Rather, he said few have been able to handle the volume and aggressive pace of the document and interview requests.
In measured words, a winning strategy
Published in NJ.com - Indexed on Jul 11, 2003
Won simply because he is Tom Kean, a Republican in good standing, and he is playing that -- and his status as a Washington outsider -- to control what could become an ugly impasse between the investigative commission he leads and the White House of President George W. Bush. "I'm not a Washingtonian," he must have said four times yesterday at a briefing on the progress made by the commission Bush named him to lead -- formally, the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.
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