Now that the Jury has sentenced him to life. I still believe as I did in Moussaoui with additional thoughts:
Firstly, the death penalty should be reserved for those actually guilty of having commited a grievious crime, not just for having planned to participate in one.
Secondly, why are we even treating terrorism as a law and order problem for this to be in a court of law? We should treat terrorism as an act of war. We should either hold them as PoW, as illegal combatants, or execute them as spies. All such options are in compliance with the Geneva convention.
Neo-neocon for more thoughts.
In From the Cold for where he is likely to spend his remaining days.
As long as he is not sent to France