Blimey, this has moved on!
"BTW at least one of those fellow students was one of the hijackers".
This is where you need to be careful. You could equally argue that the flight instructors were "in on it" as well, on that basis. In other words, it has to be more than than pure circumstance.
As for wishing to just "talk to him", well, the US has in the past made requests to the British Government (and vice versa) for this to occur, and it has happened. There is a big difference between that, and asking a court to extradite him with no evidence to back up what the request is for. You simply cannot argue for a holding charge in an extradition case. Once again, there has to be a prima facie case against him. There wasn't, so that is it.
If it were the other way around, L-188, the result would be the same - British and American courts are quite similar don't forget.
I could understand your annoyance if he was released on a technicality, but this isn't the case here.
She's as nervous as a very small nun at a penguin shoot.