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Imprisoned al Qaeda terrorist could face third sentencing for 2000 jail attack

A former federal correction officer who was grievously injured by a jailed al Qaeda fiend is rooting for his attacker to win a pending appeal — so he can face him in court and curse him to hell.

Louis Pepe — who lost his left eye and suffered brain damage in the November 2000 stabbing — watched from his wheelchair this morning as two Manhattan appeals judges heard arguments over whether Mamdouh Mahmoud Salim should have been present when he got life behind bars.

“He should have come,” Pepe said afterward, adding that he wants to tell Salim: “I think you’re going (to) hell, all the way.”

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B. Bryan, "Defendant's Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York," (2005)


Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York | Bryan Criminal Appeals Lawyer NY

The object of appellate advocacy is to persuade. The winning advocate focuses the court on the strength of your case. Read More

Cornell Adjunct Professor of Law


Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York | Bryan Criminal Appeals Lawyer NY

As an adjunct faculty, Professor Bryan teaches "Advanced Persuasive Writing and Appellate Advocacy" to second and third year law students at Cornell Law School. Read More