Live-blog of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed 9/11 Gitmo trial
Jonn Lilyea of the milblog This Ain't Hell is at Fort Meade, MD today watching a closed-circuit TV relay of the 9/11 military trial for Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and four other terror suspects being tried in a military court at Guantanamo Bay. Luckily for us, he's live-blogging the whole thing, so not only can you get up-to-the-minute updates of what's happening in the trial, but his account of the proceedings is probably the only version untainted by any MSM bias (which Jonn has already noted by posting a photo of an "Obama 2012" sticker on a reporter's car in the parking lot).
So far, the terrorists' lawyers have spent the entire morning trying to throw a monkey wrench in the trial by arguing about earphones and clothing, while the terrorists themselves refuse to even listen to the proceedings. Their self-evident hatred for the United States leaps off the screen even 11 years after their crimes.
In a sane world, this would be the "Trial of the Century," but instead it's just a side-note in the day's news stream. But at least you can have a front-row seat: