Should Moussaoui Have Been A Witness Instead of a Defendant?
Seymour Hersh writes a very long profile on Zacarias Moussaoui in the new issue of The New Yorker available here. Hersh tackles the question, "Has the Justice Department mishandled the case against Zacarias Moussaoui?" In other words, would we have been better off if we had made a deal with Moussaoui to spare his life in exchange for his information on Al Qaeda rather than bring him to a public trial where some of our sensitive information gets broadcast to the world?
In answering, Hersh begins by outlining the differences in conduct between Moussaoui and the 19 hijackers:
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