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(Studio: Brian Williams) The administration’s announcement that five 9/11 suspects will be tried in federal court in New York City noted.
(Washington: Pete Williams) This decision and the reaction to it featured; photos shown of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and 4 others accused in the attacks. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER – says they will be asked to answer for their crimes in a courthouse blocks away from where the twin towers stood.] [In Tokyo, President OBAMA – states the trials will be thorough.] [9/11 victims’ relatives Jim RICHES, Charles WOLF, former Attorney General Michael MUKASEY- react to the decision.] The decision to try a suspect in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in a military commission noted.
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- Williams, Pete
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