Sunday, January 31, 2010

9/11 Trial News Updates -- January 31, 2010

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (Reuters)

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Likely To Be 'Executed' If Convicted, Says White House Spokesman Robert Gibbs -- New York Daily News

Where he gets tried is still up for debate, but the White House thinks it knows what will happen when alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is convicted.

"Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is going to meet justice and he’s going to meet his maker," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told John King on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday morning.

"He's likely to be executed for the heinous crimes he committed," he added.

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More News On The Impending 9/11 Trials

Obama aide: Alleged 9/11 mastermind 'going to meet his maker' -- CNN
Gibbs Hedges On Whether KSM Will Get Civilian Or Military Trial -- Huffington Post
Obama Seeks $200M for Terror Trials -- CBS News
Trials costing $200m-a-year threaten to strip New York of 9/11 terror cases -- The Daily Mail
Site for Terror Trial Isn’t Only Obstacle -- New York Times
White House to rethink venue for 9/11 trial -- Financial Times
White House holds out hope for 9/11 trial in New York -- AFP
Obama’s NYC terror trial switch: Pragmatism or indecisiveness? -- Christian Science Monitor
US to consider local views on 9/11 trial location -- Washington Post
U.S. to consider local opposition on Sept. 11 trial site -- Canadian Press
Obama to Weigh Objections to Holding Terror Trial in New York -- Bloomberg
Obama admnistration takes several wrong paths in dealing with terrorism -- Michael Hayden, Washington Post
In New York, Mix of Emotions Over 9/11 Trial Move -- New York Times
Plan for NYC 9/11 Trial All But Dead, Sources Say -- ABC News
Lower Manhattan residents, business owners relieved 9/11 trial won't be hosted there -- New York Daily News
Bay what? Guantanamo eyed for 9/11 trial -- New York Post
The High Cost of Misunderstanding Terrorism -- Power Line, opinion
Obama’s Indecision in War on Terrorism is Dangerous -- Peter Roff, US News And World Report

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