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ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A statement from President Obama that Americans will be satisfied when Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is convicted in the 9/11 terrorism trials to held in New York City reported.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The political response to the administration's decision to try Mohammed & others in New York examined; details given about the reasoning behind holding trial in civilian court. [Senators Jeff SESSIONS, Lindsey GRAHAM, Jon KYL, Charles GRASSLEY - raise questions.] [Attorney General Eric HOLDER†- says we need not cower & our people are ready; states the murderer will not select the venue; indicates failure is not an option.] [9/11 family MEMBER - questions Holder.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) A statement from Guantanamo Bay commander R/Adm. Tom Coreman about the reaction of the terrorism suspects to the trial plan quoted.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Thomas, Pierre
Duration:
00:02:50

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