A judge just said ‘yes’ and it’s finally happening. After waiting patiently, Americans are about to see enemies taken down. President Trump is smiling.
The trial date for the five men who stand accused of masterminding the 9/11 terror attacks — including the confessed ringleader, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed — has been set for January 11, 2021, by a military judge.
Mohammed and his cohorts should have faced justice years ago, however, it is being reported that the Obama Administration slowed down the process and “suspended the war court so more protections for due process could be added.”
Now the trail will finally move forward. Before that, however, the process of gathering materials will take place — which often takes considerable time. But this is certainly a landmark announcement for all of us.
It is also being reported that the trial will take place at the U.S. Naval Station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, an appropriate location to try the five terrorists who murdered nearly 3,000 fellow Americans.
That horrific day is still burned into our memories — individually and collectively — and to see the wheels of justice turning is very welcome. Unlike Obama, President Trump wants these men to be held accountable without further delay.
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