October 2017 Issue [Letter from Washington]
Crime and Punishment
Will the 9/11 case finally go to trial?
by Andrew Cockburn,
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is the Washington editor of Harper’s Magazine and the author, most recently, of Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins.
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