Couldn't have said it better myself...

This piece by Dahlia Lithwick (my excellent editor at Slate) perfectly captures the absurdity and horror of the Moussaoui verdict.


She writes: "Yet because of Moussaoui's false testimony, the government's nutty conspiracy theory, and the nation's need for closure, Moussaoui's name will be in the history books and the law books for all time; inextricably linked with 9/11, just as it has always been in his dreams."

Very much worth a read.

Also a little News Flash in case you haven't already heard: Delay is going down. He's not seeking re-election!

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