Detroit Jurors: Split Verdict Unaffected by Terror

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http://www.freep.com/news/locway/tri4_20030604.htm In the nation's first terrorism trial since Sept. 11, 2001, a Detroit jury yesterday convicted two men and acquitted two others in a verdict that jurors said was unaffected by the terror attacks. The Detroit Free Press said it was a complex end to an extraordinary case that offered no clear winners, with some defense lawyers saying the verdict called into question the existence of terrorist cells in Detroit, and the Department of Justice proclaiming it a clear mandate . . .

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