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Terrorism / Prison / 9/11 Trial #952854

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 15, 2009
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The administration's consideration of prison options to replace Guantanamo Bay, where terrorist suspects are now held, noted.

(New York: Jeff Rossen) The Justice Department plans to try the 9/11 terrorists {Khalid Sheikh Mohammed & others} in civilian court in New York City featured; statistics on conviction rates for past terrorism trials cited; details given about the issue of NYC security. [On CNN, former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI; on "Face the Nation," Representative Peter HOEKSTRA; on "Meet the Press," Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON, former federal prosecutor Patrick BROWN†, victim's father Cameron McRAE‡- offer views on the trial decision.] [NBC terrorism analyst Michael SHEEAN†- says the trial will be a security nightmare for the city.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(White House: Mike Viqueira) The possibility of moving 100 Guantanamo prisoners to a location in Illinois featured; scenes shown of the Illinois prison; details given about the problems delaying President Obama's closing of Guantanamo Bay.

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Rossen, Jeff;
Viqueira, Mike
Duration:
00:03:50

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