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The Johnny Walker Lindh Trial
The prosecution in the trial against the American Taliban will not be able to depend on the so called "confession".
Sources reveal that the defense denies the validity of the unsigned excerpt of the interview by FBI.
Walker is expected to plead not guilty; this is what most criminals do and would not be a surprise in any case.
Deputy U.S. Attorney David Kelley, who is the prosecutor in the case or for that matter US Attorney General John Ashcroft would not be worth the shoes they walkin and the lint in their belly buttons, if they would solely depend on a defendants confession.
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