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A Tale of Two Terrorists

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Government prosecutors had a good day Wednesday, breaking major ground in two terrorism cases. In federal court in Brooklyn, prosecutors revealed new information in the Najibullah Zazi New York subway bombing case, including the indictment of a high-ranking al Qaeda member long on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list. At the military commissions in Guantanamo, prosecutors announced the guilty plea — the first conviction in a military commission during the Obama administration — of Osama bin Laden’s chef. No seriously, bin Laden’s chef!

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