Why These 9/11 Monsters Still Haven’t Faced a Trial


Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law, was quoted in the New York Post about the slow process to bring September 11 suspects to trial.

Seventeen years after they helped murder 2,977 innocents in the worst terrorist attack on US soil, five 9/11 suspects — including self-avowed mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed — have not faced trial.

“The fact that we can’t try these individuals is such an incalculable disservice to the citizens of this country,” said Karen Greenberg, director of The Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

“The system is just flawed in every way.”

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