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A subdued Hassan gets life term
by Sandra Tan
Muzzammil "Mo" Hassan simply wasn't the same man Wednesday.
He appeared in court disheveled and subdued at his sentencing. Though he occasionally whispered to his lawyer, he was mostly silent and lacked the alertness and energy of his previous court appearances.
He objected to the presence of cameras in the courtroom for the first time but -- for once -- had little to say when he was given the opportunity to speak before receiving the maximum sentence of 25 years to life in state prison.
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