With new polling out on how New Yorkers feel about holding the trial of the 9/11 suspects in their city, this is how the story is being reported:
New Yorkers are speaking out about the venue for the trial, but there is a split decision on the matter. 45% of residents think it’s a good idea to have the trial in New York City while 41% believe it’s a bad one. 14% just aren’t sure.
What isn't garnering as much attention is the breakdown of which New Yorkers support the rule of law and which are a part of the bedwetter brigade:
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