Mohammed's Confession Questioned

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*The Defense Department on Thursday issued a revised transcript to include Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's confession that he beheaded Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in 2002.

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a top Al-Qaida leader in custody at Guantanamo Bay, has admitted to planning the Sept. 11 attacks. He also claimed partial or full responsibility for more than 30 other terror plots and attacks. But his wide-ranging confession has drawn some skepticism. Journalist Ron Suskind talks with Luke Burbank.

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