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Terrorism / Moussaoui Case #736484

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 29, 2003
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(Studio: Andrea Koppel) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) The judicial defeat for the federal government in the case of accused terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui examined; courtroom sketches by Bill Hennessy shown; details given of the ruling by Judge Leonie Brinkema†† giving Moussaoui access to testimony from al Qaeda leader Khalid Shaikh Mohammed† & terrorist financier Mustafa al-Hasawi. [Former associate White House counsel Brad BERENSON†- comments on the interference by a federal judge in the ongoing terrorism interrogation of a suspect held by the military.] The question of President Bush's administration shifting to a military tribunal for Moussaoui discussed.

Koppel, Andrea;
Arena, Kelli

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