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Prison guard stabbed by terrorist wants to stare him down

A top henchman to Osama Bin Laden who pleaded guilty to stabbing a federal prison guard in the eye says he had a right to attend his sentencing in person — and his victim agrees.

Louis Pepe suffered brain damage and was left blind in one eye when Al Qaeda terrorist Mamdouh Mahmud Salim attacked him with sharpened comb in a 2000 escape attempt from Metropolitan Correctional Center.

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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