A handwritten letter by alleged Sept. 11 plotter Ramzi bin al Shibh to a Massachusetts National Guard lieutenant colonel, as it appeared in the war court record before the trial judge sealed it. Prosecutor Clay Trivett described it as Bin al Shibh’s “misogynistic rantings.”
A handwritten letter by alleged Sept. 11 plotter Ramzi bin al Shibh to a Massachusetts National Guard lieutenant colonel, as it appeared in the war court record before the trial judge sealed it. Prosecutor Clay Trivett described it as Bin al Shibh’s “misogynistic rantings.”
A handwritten letter by alleged Sept. 11 plotter Ramzi bin al Shibh to a Massachusetts National Guard lieutenant colonel, as it appeared in the war court record before the trial judge sealed it. Prosecutor Clay Trivett described it as Bin al Shibh’s “misogynistic rantings.”

9/11 judge shields Guantánamo captive’s ‘misogynistic rant’ about female guards from public record

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