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Trial for Alleged 9/11 Plotters Scheduled to Begin in 2021 – 20 Years Later!

With yet another 9/11 anniversary just around the corner, the trial has been set for the alleged plotters of this World changing terrorist attack.

The Trial is set to take place on January 11th 2021, that’s almost 20 years later.

The long-delayed trial for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others charged with plotting the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has been set by a military commission to begin on January 11, 2021, according to a military Trial Scheduling Order released on Friday.

The capital case trial is scheduled to take place at the US Naval facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. If convicted Mohammed is likely to receive the death penalty. [Source]

The big question is why does it take 20 years of captivity of these men to begin a trial, is there evidence or not that these 5 men were involved in the plotting of the attack?

There are so many unanswered questions surrounding 9/11 and each year more arise, though at the same time the public eye is drifting away from such things. A suspicious mind may be inclined to think that the delay is an intentional tactic to cloud the facts through time, after all, do we really believe these men were single-handedly capable of hijacking four Planes, fly them through the Worlds most secure air space and crash them perfectly into their intended targets?

We will be watching the trial carefully when it finally arrives in 2021, but in the meantime, we should remember just how fantastical the official narrative is!


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One way to see it: they needed a lot of torture to be able to get a confession out of these guys, for something they didn’t do.


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