Moussaoui Trial Resumes, Defense Wants Carla Martin Questioned
Testimony resumes in Zacarias Moussaoui's death penalty trial this morning. Late Friday, the Defense filed a motion (pdf) seeking to have TSA attorney Carla J. Martin brought into court for questioning on her actions. She now has counsel, who has advised the court that she does have matters to bring to the attention of the Court. In a cover letter to prosecutors accompanying the motion, the Defense says:
The purpose of this Motion is to attempt to complete the record as Mr. Howard has publicly indicated that Ms. Martin did not act alone and that she is willing to tell the complete story regarding her conduct in this matter.
The Judge could order Martin to testify Monday, or she could delay it to the end of the trial. I suspect she will delay it.
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