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Terrorism / Military Tribunal / The Men #1021428

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 06, 2012
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Guantanamo Bay: Michael Isikoff) The start of the military trial of five terrorists for facilitating the 9/11 attack reviewed; courtroom sketches from Guantanamo Bay by Janet Hamlin@ & photos of the five accused terrorists shown; Judge Col. James Pohl@ & defendant Ramzi Binalshibh% quoted. [Lost sister on 9/11, Eddie BRACKEN@; lost husband, Maureen BASNICKI@; lost three children, Len HANSON@- criticize the defendants.] [Khalid Sheikh Mohammed attorney David NEVIN@- says the government wants to kill Mohammed.] [Prosecutor Army Brig. Gen. Mark MARTINS@- calls for accountability for the plotters.]

Holt, Lester;
Isikoff, Michael

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