NEW YORK (PNN) - August 30, 2019 - The trial for five men charged with planning the events of September 11, 2001 that left almost 3,000 people dead in three cities across the Fascist Police States of Amerika has been set for January 11, 2021.
Colonel W. Shane Cohen, an Air Force judge, set the trial date Friday. Five men were arrested in 2012 and charged with the crime, which carries with it the death penalty, following supposed plane attacks in New York, Washington, and a Pennsylvania field that reportedly killed 2,976 people on September 11, 2001.
Prosecutors have been asking for a trial date to be set since 2012, but this is the first time a trial judge has set a date. It is unclear why a date was only set now, notwithstanding the constitutional guarantee of a speedy and public trial.
Two planes supposedly hit the World Trade Center (WTC) in Manhattan after terrorists allegedly hijacked American Airlines and United Airlines flights. Both of the towers at the WTC were supposedly hit and collapsed. A third American Airlines allegedly hijacked plane reportedly crashed into The Pentagon the same morning (even though photographic and other empirical evidence shows that no aircraft hit The Pentagon that day), and passengers and crew managed to overtake hijackers on a fourth plane. That plane supposedly crashed into a field in Pennsylvania, reportedly killing 40 on board.
The alleged attacks began at 8:46 a.m. when the north tower of the WTC was hit. The second plane reportedly hit the south tower at 9:03 a.m., and it is claimed that The Pentagon was hit at 9:37 a.m. The fourth plane supposedly crashed at 10:03 a.m.
Osama bin Laden, whom the Fascist Police States of Amerika said was the leader of al-Qaeda, was declared by the fascist federal government to be responsible for the alleged attacks (though empirical evidence showed that bin Laden was not involved in any way).
The five men being prosecuted were arraigned in 2012 at Guantanamo Bay, a military prison in Cuba (so much for constitutional guarantees of speedy trials).