Civilian trials for terror suspects spark debate
The Obama administration has decided to bring five top terror suspects, including professed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, to New York for trial in civilian court. Meanwhile, other Gitmo detainees accused of plotting Al Qaeda's attack on the USS Cole in 2000, will face military tribunals. Are public terror trials an example of America's commitment to due process? Or do they risk the safety of Americans?