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World Trade Center jurors ask to see evidence again

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Jurors in the World Trade Center bombing trial asked to examine letters written by the man accused of setting off the bomb, photographs of the alleged mastermind and testimony of witnesses.

The jury was in the courthouse less than 30 minutes on the first day of deliberations Thursday when it sent the first note to U.S. District Judge Kevin Duffy asking for much of the evidence against Eyad Ismoil.Ismoil, 26, a Palestinian, is accused of driving a bomb-laden van into the underground garage at the 110-story twin towers on Feb. 26, 1993, just before it exploded, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000.