By Robert Hood, C1 Columnist Last summer, Egypt's new President Mohamed Morsi called on the US to reconsider the imprisonment and conditions of confinement for terrorist Omar Abdel-Rahman. Known as "the blind sheik," Rahman was convicted in 1996 for planning terrorist attacks on the United Nations, tunnels, and landmarks in New York City. Political considerations
Overcrowded prison keeps convicted murderer in jail
The latest conviction for killing a Norman, Okla., resident will keep serial killer Billy Dean behind bars, but there's a new issue: there's no room at the state prison for him. (Image News 9)Where to put him?
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