Carl Rosenberg


Despite controversy, 9-11 trials move ahead

MIAMI — Confessed terrorist mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other alleged 9-11 plotters will face a federal trial in New York City, Attorney General Eric Holder said Friday in an announcement that left intact the war court at Guantanamo. Charges against the alleged al-Qaida kingpin have not yet been filed in Manhattan, N.Y, the scene of the attack on the World Trade Center. But the decision to bring to civilian court the mass murder case of nearly 3,000 people on Sept.