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January 31, 2014 4:03 PM

Alleged 9/11 conspirator stymies mental-health board

A military mental health board returned a blank report to the judge in the Sept. 11 case on Friday, unable to say whether alleged 9/11 deputy Ramzi bin al Shibh is competent to take part in the Pentagon’s five-man conspiracy trial.

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