Hearings in the trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and the other alleged 9-11 conspirators will get underway Monday.
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA (NBC) - Hearings in the trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and the other alleged 9-11 conspirators will get underway Monday.
The chief prosecutor said he'll begin with the case with only two of the accused.
Binalshibh is said to have been the main intermediary between the plane hijackers who carried out the attacks on the world trade center and al-Qaida leaders.
Mark E. Ruiz, representing Mustafa al Hawsawi, an alleged financier and courier, wants his client tried separately.
James Connell, lawyer for Ammar al Baluchi, a Khalid Sheik Mohammed nephew, said the trial will be hindered by the government's classification of rendition and interrogation.
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