Credibility of Terror Suspect Could Determine Life or Death


Jurors who will decide the fate of alleged 9/11 terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui will decide whether he lives or dies in large part based on Moussaoui’s own testimony, according to the Christian Science Monitor. Ironically, their verdict may be more favorable if they think he is a liar than if they conclude he was truthful.

The conclusions of the twelve jurors may hinge on whether they think Moussaoui’s testimony that he was supposed to fly a jetliner into the White House on 9/11 is truthful or something he dreamed up to make himself look important and guarantee him death as a martyr.


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