Now that the venue is finally set, a sinister question looms over the case of confessed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed: Will he use the court as a platform to spew his sickening diatribes?
Experts say the terror thug will likely resist legal representation, opting instead to turn Manhattan Federal Court into his bully pulpit.
"The chances are excellent that he represents himself," said Ron Kuby, a defense lawyer known for taking on controversial clients.
"[Mohammed's] goal in the legal system is not to beat the rap. His goal is to use the legal system as a forum for his own ideas and to embrace martyrdom through that system."
As Mohammed and his underlings languished in Guantanamo Bay, a fleet of lawyers have worked to protect their rights.
Read more: A diatribe defense: Pros say Khalid Shaikh Mohammed will act as his own lawyer in WTC terror case
Giving terrorists a platform.....Good show Obama.