Monday, February 1, 2010

January 31, 2010

       My son, who lives in New York, took exception to my column saying
that the 9/11 terrorists should be tried there, in the city they'd
attacked.  The amount of security the city planned to impose would have
imposed military law--snipers on rooftops and all that--on large chunks of
lower Manhattan including Chinatown, not just for a black or two around the
Courthouse       That seems unnecessary, but those are the plans that were
reported.  He lives there and I don't, and he's probably right.  Yes, Alec,
you're probably right.
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