Taylor Jr., Stuart
December 2003
National Journal;12/6/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 49, p3637
Comments on the case of Al Qaeda member Zacarias Moussaoui against the U.S. Justice Department. Participation of Moussaoui in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Charges filed against Moussaoui by Attorney General John Ashcroft; Ruling of Judge Leonie Brinkema of Alexandria, Virginia on the right of Moussaoui's lawyers to interrogate the three captured Al Qaeda leaders as witnesses; Options available for the government to keep Moussaoui in prison; View of Brinkema on the written summary of statements by the captured Al Qaeda leaders to interrogators.


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