Argument: Terrorists should be tried in courts and tribunals case-by-case

Issue Report: Trying 9/11 terror suspects in NYC courts


Stuart Taylor. “No Need To Fear A Manhattan Terrorist Trial.” National Journal. November 21, 2009: “Congress has given the government the options of trying such people in civilian federal courts or by military commissions, or detaining them without charge as enemy combatants. The circumstances dictate which approach makes the most sense in any specific case.”