his actions are haram and his death will be: "moomtez"
I suggest not wasting your time attempting to understand his more cryptic babblings; I'm sure it's something apocalyptic.
I think Moussaoui wants death. If I were him, I'd certainly rather be killed (I'm sure he believes in a manner of which Allah would approve) than face the wrath of his fellow prisonmates. Prison would seriously suck for anyone, but for him, the torture would be special.
I think he'll get what he wants, regardless of whatever facts may have been presented. Political pressure has already compelled the judge to keep the case alive, despite some serious prosecutorial bungling that would've doomed almost any other case.