Spain charges eight with aiding Sept. 11 hijackers

[JURIST] A Spanish court Monday indicted eight people suspected of providing material aid and logistical assistance to the September 11th hijackers. The indictment alleges that the suspects provided counterfeit documents and logistical support to terrorist cells in Spain and Germany that were instrumental in the September 11th attacks. Crusading Spanish terrorism investigator Judge Baltasar Garzon [BBC News profile] released the indictment in Madrid. Investigators claim both Spain and Germany were major staging grounds for the attacks. AP has more.

 

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