Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four co-conspirators are due to be tried at Guantanamo Bay military base for the murders of 2,976 people in what has been dubbed the 'trial of the century'.
But yesterday both the prosecution and defence conceded that the trial will not be televised, unlike many high profile trials in America.
And the defence claimed that, while the hearings have begun, they do not expect that actual trial to start until 2016 – 15 years after the attacks which prompted the USA's war on terror and remain the worst terror atrocity in history.
Source: London Daily Telegraph. Read full article. (link)