'Sauerland Group' Terror Trial Continues
German defendant Fritz Gelowicz (C) waits inside the high-security courtroom of the superior regional tribunal near his lawyers Dirk Uden (R) and Hannes Linke on August 10, 2009 in Duesseldorf, Germany. In Germany's biggest terror trial four alleged Islamic extremists, three Germans and a Turkish national, are accused of plotting devastating attacks against US interests. The so-called Sauerland cell was named for a region near Frankfurt where authorities captured the suspects in September 2007 along with 26 detonators and 12 drums of hydrogen peroxide, the substance used in the deadly attacks on London's transport system two years before.
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