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Old and In the Way Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-17-03 01:28 AM
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53. If the US government had to make a case in a court of law
based on the evidence and "facts" as they have been presented to the US people, could they win they case? Or would the jury (of public opinion) return a "no verdict" find for the accused (I guess that would be OBL). Based on what I've seen and read, I'd say there would be a "hung jury".

Maybe we will see this case. James Baker is representing Saudi Arabia against a multi-billion dollar lawsuit by families of the victims of 9/11....so their official US case of what happened might very well be tested in court of law.
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