The chances of the suspected 9/11 conspirators facing a trial in a civilian court seems to be getting slimmer.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said Sunday he probably has the votes in the Senate to block a civilian trial for alleged Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and others, the Associated Press reported.
Graham said on Fox News that the alleged conspirators should be tried in a military court at Gitmo, AP reported.
The Justice Department was gung-ho about prosecuting the case in federal court in New York. But the backlash has been so strong, it seems to be rethinking its stance.
To date, it appears it’s unlikely the case will end up in civilian court.
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