Skip to comments.Moussaoui Says He Was Part of a Plot to Attack the White House
Posted on 03/27/2006 2:11:33 PM PST by peyton randolph
Al-Qaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui testified Monday that he and would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid were supposed to hijack a fifth airplane on Sept. 11, 2001, and fly it into the White House....
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Thank God Osama chose a couple of buffoons to pull that one of, at least.
Follow on attack more than likely...and folks before we get cocky and smug.... and think we are out of the woods going on 6 years out from 9/11....Al Qaeda likes to revisit targets they didn't get the first time.
As the story indicated, if this POS had cooperated with the government, 9/11 could have been averted.
I hope they give this guy the death penalty and soon - if the folks trying him don't have the huevos to do it, send him to Texas and we'll take care of it for them.
Moussaoui confesses to prior knowledge of 9/11
I don't believe a word of it.
I agree imagine the aftermath of losing that historic landmark.
Didn't turn up in a key word search.
The death penalty was made for human debris like him. Enough.
I agree with you. He sounds like he is grand standing to get his name in the history books. They should have quietly whacked him in his jail cell the night he plead guilty.
"...if this POS had cooperated with the government..."
Yes, but isn't it also true that had the gov't cracked his computer they would have discovered the plot?
I'm willing to be corrected on this, but if my recollection is correct it should be a lesson to all concerned. We really can't expect our enemies to help us, we must help ourselves, legal niceties have done us untold harm in this war.
Moose said that his life is in God's hand, and his loyalty to God compelled him to do two things, be loyal to al Qaida and tell the truth to the jury.
I see where Texas has scheduled Angel Maturino Resendiz, The Railway Killer, to die on May 10.
Good riddance to that serial killer.
(We now return you to the ongoing thread, already in progress)
Fortunately, the spirit of Judge Roy Bean lives on in the Texas legal system.
I say pour gas over him, light him on fire and drop him from the tallest building in NYC.
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