Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Ahmed Ghailani acquitted on 284 counts of terrorism and convicted of one count of conspiring to destroy or damaging federal buildings, but not the counts of murder and terrorism in the bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa.
On the eve of his trial last month, the judge barred the government from calling a key witness because the witness had been identified while Ghailani was being held at a secret CIA camp where harsh interrogation techniques were used.
Is it any wonder that bin Laden called the U.S. a "weak horse?"


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