Wednesday, May 03, 2006
A Just Punishment for Moussaoui
A federal jury rejected the death penalty for al-Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui on Wednesday and decided he must spend life in prison for his role in the deadliest terrorist attack in US history.It's a wise decision for a number of reasons, from the evidence that Moussaoui is delusional through the government's bungling of the case through overzealousness. I wonder who is more disappointed that the jury did not impose the death penalty: George W. Bush, or Zacarias Moussaoui?
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