Detroit Jurors: Split Verdict Unaffected by Terror

Print More 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
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