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Terrorism / Military Tribunal / The Men #1021665

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 05, 2012
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Report introduced.

(Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Jan Crawford) The start of the military trial of five terrorists for facilitating the 9/11 attack reviewed; courtroom sketches from Guantanamo Bay by Janet Hamlin† and photos of the five accused terrorists shown; details given about Khalid Sheikh Mohammed {KSM}, who said nothing when questioned and of their defense by lawyers, who tangled with the judge. [Victim's sister Tara HENWOOD-BUTZBAUGH††- says the day of reckoning has come for justice.]

(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Report introduced.

(Studio: John Miller) The five defendants and the charges against them reviewed; scenes shown of Ramzi Binalshibh, who relayed messages to the hijackers, Mohammed, found in Pakistan, who trained the terrorists, Walid bin Attash†, who picked the hijackers and Ali Abdul Aziz Ali† and Mustafa al-Hawsawi†, the two money men behind the hijackers.

Reporter(s):
DuBois, Maurice;
Crawford, Jan;
Miller, John
Duration:
00:05:10

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