Zacarias Moussaoui Federal prosecutors want to introduce cockpit voice recorder tapes from the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on Sept. 11. The judge objects, saying the tapes are not needed for evidence, and would emotionally inflame the jury. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports on reaction from legal experts.
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Federal prosecutors want to introduce cockpit voice recorder tapes from the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania on Sept. 11. The judge objects, saying the tapes are not needed for evidence, and would emotionally inflame the jury. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports on reaction from legal experts.