Should terrorist be convicted in military courts or civil courts?

On September 11, 2001, I sat in my office in the Empire State Building, then New York City’s third tallest building, with a direct view of the two tallest, the twin towers of the World Trade Center. Shortly after the second jet crashed into them, I evacuated the building, aware that it might easily be . . . → Read More: Should terrorist be convicted in military courts or civil courts?