I've actually been following this trial very closely...It's the determination of Zacarias Moussaoui, who was part of the masterminds of 9/11. He was in jail at the time of 9/11, but still contributed to much of the attack planning. Basically, he either gets the death penalty or life in prision without possibility for release. Prosecuters say he should die, because of so much pain he has caused. Defenders say giving him the death penalty would only give him "what he wants" and die in the name of jihad. "Confine him to a miserable existence until he dies and give him not the death of a jihadist he wants, but the long slow death of a common criminal." I am not sure what I would do if I was the jury... I think giving him life in prision may be better because I think his fellow prisioners would kill him anyway...by using more painful means. If not, he rots his life away slowly. Sorry for the grusomeness, but when he laughs and says he wishes there was "more pain", and that he's not even a bit sorry for what happens, mocks a military officer, ect ect, it makes my blood boil. What do you guys think?