September 11 Suspects Face Murder Charges

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Six and a half years after September 11, the Pentagon today released the charges it plans to file against Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and five other Guantánamo detainees. Military prosecutors will seek the death penalty against all six. Air Force Brigadier General Thomas Hartman says they'll get the same legal rights as American soldiers accused of crimes and are innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Josh Meyer reports on terrorism for the Los Angeles Times.




Warren Olney