Bret Stevens is one sharp cookie. He writes the Journal's "Global View" column on foreign affairs every week. The Journal’s offices overlook Ground Zero, which gives them a perspective on that event that the rest of us don’t have. His solution of what to do with KSM et. al. fits my demented mind perfectly.
I have long thought it would be a good idea to bring 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his accomplices to lower Manhattan. In my concept, the men would be taken by helicopter to a height of about 1,000 feet over Ground Zero and pushed out the door, so that they, too, could experience what so many of their victims did in the awful final flickering seconds of their lives.
And since al Qaeda intended the attacks as a spectacle for the benefit of its would-be recruits, I'd give al Jazeera the exclusive TV rights.
If you want to read the whole article, Two Ground Zero’s.