Guantánamo's 'architect of 9/11' has care worker pen pal in Nottingham | World news | The Observer: "Details from an extraordinary exchange of letters between a Nottingham care worker and the alleged architect of the 9/11 attacks can be revealed in the Observer today, offering an unprecedented insight into the mind of one the world's most notorious Islamists.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 49, who is held at Guantánamo Bay, has endured the harshest of the CIA's interrogation methods and allegedly confessed to a career of atrocities.
Pre-trial hearings before a military commission are due to be held at Guantánamo next month. In his letter to Rory Green, 25, Mohammed wrote: "I appreciate your deep concern regarding my worldly and hereafter life … You asked me to repent from my sins. For your own information, I never stop.""
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