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Trial of Bin Laden’s Son-In-Law - House GOP Slams White House on Missed Intel Opportunity

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A member of al Qaeda's senior command and son-in-law to Osama bin Laden, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, pleaded not guilty on March 1 during a pre-trial in criminal court in New York on a charge of plotting to kill Americans.

The Obama administration’s rush to conduct trials of suspected terrorists on American soil is already extremely controversial. But now some law makers want to know if this case has obstructed efforts by U.S. intelligence agencies to gather vital information from the terror suspect and the chance to learn more about al-Qaida’s relationship with Iran, as well as its evolving strategy and capabilities.