@ Romeo Vitelli,
"Will we get to see the actual evidence presented in the trial or will it be kept secret...?"
The first question should be,
"Is there any evidence?"
The second should be,
"Is it credable?"
"Is it reliable?"
"Is it directly traceable?"
There's a few more but you come to,
"Will the evidence stand up in a court infront of a doubtfull jury?"
Then it's time to getting around to asking if there is going to be a trial, before asking your question ;)
The fact that they have released one person for what is bound to be deportation, immediatly sugests that the ground is not firm under foot...
Again for the reporter to mention that they probably had no guns or explosives etc suggests that the only evidence is going to be in the form of documentation.
Or a case of "well we found five kilos of chapaty flour, and if that is mixed with..." (whilst forgetting to mention that the other ingrediants where not found nor evidence they where ever sought).
They might even trot out the "green potato and nicotien poison" one again who knows.
What ever it is will no doubt be a bit suspect (think energy drinks, poetry etc). But give us all something to chew over.
The simple fact is if (and it's a big if) they are terrorists, are they likley to have any incriminating evidence around?
The simple answer is (if they have any sense very) unlikley.
And if they do the chances are that it is stuff you might find around many peoples homes (like chapati flour barbaque / camping gas / firelighters, cake incrediants, hair dressing chemicals or plumbing bits and pieces)...
We will just have to wait and see.