He's finished, he's going to get the death penalty for sure.

There's no doubt the composition of the court remained static for about 10 years. Justices Kennedy and O'Connor were together perhaps a swing vote. So it is inaccurate to say that O'Connor was the swing vote.

Everything is now stacked in favor of the government. You're going to see pictures of New York City and the Pentagon you've never seen before, hear from survivors, officials in New York about the impact. What do they have on the other side?

Nobody thought this was an easy death penalty case.

They'll either face a military tribunal or nothing at all.

I think they have a good case, given his own statements. He admits that he lied to further the conspiracy. Legally, that probably makes it.