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Sept. 11 Conspirator Sentenced in Germany

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Sept. 11 Conspirator Sentenced in Germany

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Sept. 11 Conspirator Sentenced in Germany

Sept. 11 Conspirator Sentenced in Germany

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A German court declares a guilty verdict in the first trial connected to the Sept. 11 attacks. Moroccan-born Mounir el Motassadeq draws the maximum sentence of 15 years. He was convicted of being an accessory to more than 3,000 murders, and of terrorism. NPR's Emily Harris reports.