Published on January 5, 2010 | by LawNews

Prof. Eric Freedman in The New York Times

Professor Eric M. Freedman was quoted in the following New York Times article.

Court Upholds Conviction in 9/11 Case
January 4, 2010


The decision undercuts arguments against the coming trial in Federal District Court in Manhattan of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the self-described planner of the attacks, said Eric M. Freedman, a Hofstra University law professor.

“This outcome,” Professor Freedman said, “is just one more factual nail in the coffin of the claim that terrorism cases cannot be prosecuted successfully before American juries in open criminal courts.”

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