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>> One of only two men ever convicted in relation to the militant attacks of September 11th, 2001 is being deported from his German prison. But it's unclear if this means freedom for him. Mounir El Motassadeq is seen here under escort on Monday. He served most of a 15 year prison sentence.
The maximum sentence for being an accessory to mass murder. But German authorities have declined to say what happens to him next. It's thought, he'll be taken to his native Morocco, but again what would happen after that hasn't been revealed. El Motassadeq was a member of a group of radical Islamists in Hamburg who helped orchestrate the Al-Qaeda attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center.
During his trial in 2007 his lawyers argued he knew nothing of the plot. But prosecutors said at the time that he played a central role, by handling the finances of several members.