Judge Accepts Moussaoui Guilty Plea A federal judge accepts a guilty plea from Zacarias Moussaoui, who admits working with al Qaeda in a plot to kill Americans. The plea could lead to the death penalty. But Moussaoui's protracted legal saga is not over. He says he hopes his story will convince a jury that he should not be put to death.
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Judge Accepts Moussaoui Guilty Plea

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Judge Accepts Moussaoui Guilty Plea

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A federal judge accepts a guilty plea from Zacarias Moussaoui, who admits working with al Qaeda in a plot to kill Americans. The plea could lead to the death penalty. But Moussaoui's protracted legal saga is not over. He says he hopes his story will convince a jury that he should not be put to death.