Almost from the beginning, the goal was clear: Zacarias Moussaoui must die.

This was the government’s first, and likely only, chance to prosecute a suspect in the Sept. 11 plot in a U.S. court. And from the start, doing so would present a monumental challenge to federal prosecutors. With the world watching, the pressure would be enormous.

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