Sparring with critics at a hearing on Capitol Hill, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. said Tuesday that he has yet to decide where the federal government will try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and others accused of planning the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

“I think that we are weeks away from making that determination,” Holder told a House budget subcommittee that has authority over Justice Department funding. “I don’t think we’re talking about months. I think we’re talking about weeks away.”

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