Terrorism Suspects to Lecture Americans about American Foreign Policy

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and friends plan to plead not guilty so they can explain "what happened and why they did it," according to the lawyer for one of the suspected terrorists. Scott Fenstermaker, Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali's lawyer, said the men wouldn't deny their role in 9/11 but would instead use this chance to give "their assessment of American foreign policy." In case that whole being a part of 9/11 thing didn't provide a clue of what that assessment looks like, Fenstermaker gave a little spoiler. "Their assessment is negative," he said.

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