From left, defense attorneys Navy Lt. Cmdr. Brian L. Mizer and Harry H. Schneider Jr express their disappointment at a federal judge's ruling that failed to stop Monday's trial of Osama bin Laden's driver.
From left, defense attorneys Navy Lt. Cmdr. Brian L. Mizer and Harry H. Schneider Jr express their disappointment at a federal judge's ruling that failed to stop Monday's trial of Osama bin Laden's driver. Carol Rosenberg / MCT
From left, defense attorneys Navy Lt. Cmdr. Brian L. Mizer and Harry H. Schneider Jr express their disappointment at a federal judge's ruling that failed to stop Monday's trial of Osama bin Laden's driver. Carol Rosenberg / MCT

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