9/11 Survivor Calls for Military Court Not to Release Rest of KSM Manifesto
There’s new fallout over the publication of a manifesto written by the mastermind of 9/11, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
It was deemed eligible for release by a military judge at Guantanamo Bay, where KSM is being held.
Lauren Manning, a survivor of the September 11th attacks in New York City, reacted to release of the terrorist’s manifesto tonight on The Kelly File.
She said, “When you look back on other people who have been jailed, the blind sheikh back in ’93, terrorists that were captured thereafter, they all issued missives from their prison cells […] to operatives outside.”
Manning called for the second and third editions of the manifesto to not be released. The second part is supposedly going to explain why 9/11 took place.
As a 9/11 survivor, Manning said she has no desire to read the words of a coward. “He’s a lunatic and he is a mass murderer.”