Court posts 9/11 trial exhibits online ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (AP) -- Exhibits from the trial of convicted terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui, including photographs of September 11 carnage and tape-recorded final phone calls from World Trade Center victims, were posted Monday by a federal court.
The U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, said it is the first criminal case for which a federal court has provided access to all exhibits online.
The videos, photographs and taped phone calls on the court's Web site were graphic in some cases, leading the court to mark 18 of the 1,202 exhibits "discretion advised."
I don't reccommend viewing the images in the prosecution's section of exhibits, some of the images of burned bodies & human remains are more than a lot of people could take given the weight of emotion associated with 9/11. I'm not advocating that anyone view these images (denoted with a "[Viewer discretion is advised]" warning on the link), I'm simply offering the link in the event anyone wishes to see. For my part, I have to see these things on occaision just to keep it all from becoming too surreal in my mind.