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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Representative Saxby Chambliss†, counterterrorism expert Larry Johnson† and political psychologist Jerrold Post† about the indictment of Zacarias Moussaoui in connection with the September 11 attacks and the effect that the death of Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden could have on Al Qaeda. [On tape, Senator Joe LIEBERMAN - expresses concerns about trying Moussaoui in federal court.] [CHAMBLISS - says Moussaoui is not a US citizen and should be the first to be tried in a military tribunal.] [JOHNSON - says the case against Moussaoui can be made without using classified sources.] [POST - says most terrorist groups die when the leader is killed, but the end of bin Laden is not the end of Al Qaeda; comments on the organization of Al Qaeda, with Ayman al-Zawahiri heading daily operations.]
- Blitzer, Wolf
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