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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Rudy Guliani upset over 911 Civilian Trial

There is renewed concern in New York city over the proposed civilian trial of 9/11 conspirator Khalid Sheikh Mohammad. According to reports, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad requested a civilian trial over the military trial normally used for other recent terrorist cases.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is upset over the Obama Administrations decision to grant 9/11 conspirator Khalid Sheikh Mohammad the civilian trial in New York City. Rudy Giuliani said calling the decision a "pre-911 approach." Having been the mayor of New York City through the 9/11 bombing and following rescue and clean-up efforts, Rudy Giuliani is worried about History repeating itself.

Referring to the way the US dealt with the 1993 World trade centre bombing, Rudy Guiliani said the Obama administration was making a costly mistake by granting 9/11 conspirator Khalid Sheikh Mohammad the US Civilian trial he requested. Rudy Guliani went on to say such a high-profile trial in New York City would burden New York City both with the added risk of an attack and the added cost of security expenses "Of course it's going to create more security concerns. Just wait and see how much New York City spends on this in order to protect him," Giuliani said. "This gives all the benefits to the terrorists and much less benefits to the public."

Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., on the other hand, is for the civilian trial of 9/11 conspirator Khalid Sheikh Mohammad stating "If we try him before military officers, that image of a soldier will be portrayed by the Islamic community. That's not the image we want." Reed further went on to say, a Military trial would present Khalid Sheikh Mohammad as a "Holy Warrior."

Reed said a civilian aquittal of admitted 9/11 "mastermind" Khalid Sheikh Mohammadare is "highly unlikely." "When the jury hands down the verdict," Reed said, "He will know he's lost."

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