High U.S. terrorism conviction rate doesn't tell whole story

Of the 196 most serious terrorism cases brought to court in the U.S. since the Sept. 11 attacks, 178 have ended in convictions, either through a guilty plea or a jury's decision, according to a review of government documents and interviews with prosecutors and defense attorneys. Full Story »

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by Ben Ross - Sep. 5, 2011

The whole story is still a deep mystery..... this article considers 1/16th of the story....interviews no one... ht does "most serious" mean and is it to be believed....writer has no skepticism...or refuses to take a look at FBI entrapments.. / held (tho known to be innocent) and to charged

A better headline from the story....JUSTICE DEPARTMENT REPORTING OF TERRORISM HAPHAZARD

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by Randy Morrow - Sep. 5, 2011

“There is now a massive, self-perpetuating counterterrorism machine in the United States,” said Jonathan Turley, a Georgetown University law professor who ... More »

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