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    Breaking news about the suspects of the september 11th
    attacks, plus a way to keep your dirtiest secrets, secret and
    the billion dollar takeover bid that was turned down.

    Hi everyone I"m Andrea Rene for get the daily.com. Its time to
    look at some top national stories.
    Earlier this morning authorities at the Pentagon announced
    they put murder and consipracy charges against some of the
    alleged planners of the September 11th attacks. Khalid
    Mohammed is among five other individuals behind bars, and if
    convicted, prosectuors will seek the death penalty. The
    charges are being brought by an appointee at Guantanamo Bay
    and are the first alleging direct involvement in terrorist
    attacks from 2001. Mohammed is a Pakistani national who
    confessed to being involved, but some officials are concerned
    about his confession being inadmissible because he was subject
    to "waterboarding," which is considering by many to be a form
    of torture. We'll have more details on this case as they
    emerge.

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    arrested at the Canadian border with a laptop that had
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    couldn't unlock the curious Z drive they were located in. It
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