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Tonight, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed a panel of legal and terrorism experts to break down the announcement that Osama bin Laden's son-in-law Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was captured and brought to New York by United States officials.
Joining Piers Morgan from our New York studio was CNN Contributors Fran Townsend and Paul Cruickshank as well as Alan Dershowitz and Former Deputy FDNY Chief Jim Riches. Also joining the panel from California, former CIA case officer Bob Baer.
"It's a significant coup for the Americans here," Cruickshank said. "Part of the discussions about whether they should attack the United States ... he came down on the side of 'yes we should attack the United States.'"
Baer said he thinks the operation was "well done." "Getting the FBI to actually take custody of the man is key to this operation because the chain of evidence is going to go right from them into the court and we're going to have a clean trial here."
Dershowitz didn't sound optimistic about the case:
"This is a very, very thin indictment," Dershowitz said. "It's a typical, like mafia-style indictment."
But Riches, who lost his son on 9/11, is happy to see Ghaith has been caught:
"The families are very happy that he's been caught," Riches said. "There has been no justice for the families. We're outraged ... Let's get these trials going in New York City. All the people that were affected that day can go see the trials."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interviews, as Piers Morgan and his team of legal and terrorism experts break down the capture, upcoming arraignment and more.
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