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August 1, 2006

New website hosts Moussaoui trial exhibits

Filed under: Legal Issues,Terrorist Threats & Attacks — by Christian Beckner on August 1, 2006

Responding to public interest, the court that prosecuted Zacarias Moussaoui has created a webpage to host the hundreds of trial exhibits used by the prosecution and the defense in the case, including video clips, pictures, and the miscellany of modern life – invoices, credit card receipts, wire transfer documents, identification documents – that form a breadcrumb trail of evidence about the 9/11 plot and Moussaoui’s activities in the U.S. Many of these documents had already been posted at the RCFP’s excellent site during the trial, but this new site provides a more complete record of the trial documents. Kudos to the court for creating this site, and recognizing the important civic value of access to information about terrorism-related prosecutions, and by extension about the terrorist threats to the United States.

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