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CUBA (AFP) — The prosecution of alleged September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others restarts Tuesday, just days before the 20th anniversary of the attacks, stirring new hopes for justice and retribution. Mohammed and his co-defendants, who have been locked up at the “War on Terror” prison at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for nearly 15 years, will appear in the military tribunal here for the first time since early 2019. But after a 17-month halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, the proceedings appear likely to continue where they left off, mired in the defense’s efforts to disqualify most of the government’s evidence as tainted by the torture the defendants underwent in CIA custody.
originally posted by: TheMirrorSelf
a reply to: Waterglass
This is actually very interesting. I have not heard anything about 9/11 in years! Now all of a sudden it's resurfaced like herpes. They've announced that their going to release the suppressed documents on 9/11 (which was a thread on here that mostly agreed was bunk since they're not going to suddenly come out and say...hey, ok guys, we did it).
Then there was a movie on 9/11 that suddenly is constantly in my top suggestion on NetFlix, though I've never watched anything about 9/11 there. And now this.
Why is this topic suddenly returned to the forefront?? Those that pulled this off should have been more than content with their victory (and yes, they did win that one, 20 years later and it's all but forgotten in the mind-control machine).
So my question, one which I pose to you all, is why?
originally posted by: marg6043
I find interesting how despicable after the blunder in Afghanistan the administration of the democrats wants to bring back 9/11, I think is offensive to those that lost family in that horrendous day.