CrimeLynx Coverage of Terrorism Trials
June - July, 2002
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Case News7/15/02...Trial Risky for the Government...San Francisco Chronicle
CommentaryFree John Walker Lindh Website
Select Case Documents7/15/02... Plea Agreement 7/15/02... Statement of Facts 7/15/02... Criminal Information 6/14/02... Lindh's Brief in Support of Motion to Suppress Statements 5/15/02... Lindh's Brief in Support of Motion to Dismiss or Transfer Case ... 3/15/02... Lindh's Motion for Production of Documents .. 2/6/02... Government's Response to Bail Request ...New York Times 2/6/02... Text of Federal Indictment Against John Walker Lindh ...Washington Post 2/6/02... Excerpt From Lawyers' Filing for Lindh: 'Threatened Him With Death' 1/15/02... Text of Federal Criminal Complaint Against John Walker Lindh ...Washington Post Title 18, United States Code, Section 2332
Case News7/16/02.. New Moussaoui Indictment: Seeks to Save Death Penalty ....Reuters 7/15/02.. Moussaoui Case Plods On ....Associated Press 7/4/02.. Moussaoui Asks For Mor Time ....CNN 7/4/02.. Moussaoui May Testify Before Grand Jury ....Washington Post 7/4/02.. Moussaoui Says Judge Trying to Kill Him ....Associated Press 6/23/02.. Moussaoui's Mother Defends Son ....Associated Press 6/17/02.. Judge Names New Lawyer for Moussaoui ....Associated Press 6/14/02.. Moussaoui's Denies Role in 9/11 Attacks ....Associated Press 6/2/02.. Moussaoui's Importance Seems to Grow ....Associated Press
Select Case Documents7/16/02...Third Superseding Indictment 6/14/02...Judge's Order Allowing Moussaoui to Represent Himself 5/28/02...Text of Coleen Rowley's Memo to FBI Director Robert Mueller 5/15/02 Response by Moussaoui Opposing the Death Penalty Transcript of 4/22 Moussaoui Statement to Court Government's Notice of Intent to Seek Death Penalty Moussaoui's Motion in Support of Televised Trial Text of Federal Indictment Against Zacarias Moussaoui Hearing Schedule U.S. v. Zacarias Moussaoui Federal Court Docket Sheet in U.S. v. Zacarias Moussaoui
Case News6/21/02... Reid's Statements Ruled Voluntary....Associated Press 6/19/02... Agent: Reid Said He Would Plead Guilty....Washington Post 6/15/02... Three Suspects Investigated for Ties to Reid....Associated Press
Select Case Documents5/20/02... Reid's Motion to Suppress Statements 12/23/01... Indictment against Richard Reid 12/23/01... Text of FBI Affidavit and Complaint against Richard Reid Federal Court Docket Sheet in U.S. v. Richard Reid
Military Tribunals, Courts and Detainees
Military justice is to justice what military music is to music - George Clemenceau6/22/02.. Ashcroft Petitions for Secrecy in Deportations ...New York Times 6/22/02.. Thin Line on Rights in Terror Probe ...Los Angeles Times 6/15/02.. New Jersey Enacts Death Penalty for Terrorists ...Associated Press 6/15/02.. No Military Tribunal for Padilla ...Associated Press
Commentary6/16/02...Citizens, Combatants and the Constitution...Laurence Tribe, New York Times Recent Progressive Op-Ed Pieces By Common Dreams.Org - Compilation from Major Newspapers
Select DocumentsGeneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War 11/14/01... Text of Bush Order Subjecting Terrrorism Suspects to Military Trials ...New York Times
Defending Liberty ResourcesFighting Terrorism, Protecting Liberty...National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers' Response to the 9-11 Attacks with links to news articles, analyses of bills, and commentary to keep you informed as to the current status of changes in law that affect criminal defense lawyers and all Americans.Safe and Free... American Civil Liberties Organization Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism Resources
A vast and easy to navigate list of on-line resources related to international and domestic terrorism and terrorists, many of which are to official reports and documents. By CI-CE-CT.com, an Australian non-profit, educational site.Jurist's Page on Terrorism Law and Policy
From Jurist, the Legal Education Network and Law Professor Site
Past Terrorism Trials
The U.S. Embassy Bombing Trials, CNN
On August 7, 1998, a truck bomb destroyed the U.S. Embassy in Kenya. Moments later another truck bomb exploded outside the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania. The bombings killed 213 in Kenya and 11 in Tanzania. The investigation led investigators to alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden and his followers. A federal grand jury has indicted 22 men with crimes related to the bombings, including bin Laden. A trial for four of the defendants began in January. CNN offers extensive materials relating to the U.S. embassy bombings trial, including transcripts of testimony, court documents, analysis, and commentary.
The Oklahoma City Bombing Trials, CNN
In June 1997, a jury convicted Timothy McVeigh of the 1995 bombing the Oklahoma City federal building, a terrorist attack that left 168 people dead. He was sentence to death and executed in 2001. The verdict for McVeigh's former army buddy Terry Nichols -- who was tried on the same 11 accounts -- was different. On December 23, a jury, after deliberating 41 hours, refused to convict Nichols of murder, instead finding him guilty of involuntary manslaughter and of conspiring with McVeigh. He was sentenced to life in prison and now awaits trial on Oklahoma state charges of murdering 168 people. Oklahoma is seeking the death penalty. CNN offers extensive materials on the trials, the bombing and the key players.
Complete Trial Transcripts in the Oklahoma City Bombing Trial of Timothy McVeigh... CNN
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