Carlos the Jackal, once feared as a leader of international terrorism, goes on trial today for four deadly attacks in France in 1982-1983.
Already convicted in 1997 of a triple murder in Paris, and serving a life sentence, the 62-year-old Venezuelan whose real name is Ilich Ramirez Sanchez goes before a special court on terrorism-linked charges.
A panel of anonymous magistrates will be his judges during the six-week trial.
The seven men and five women who hold the fate of Michael Jackson's doctor in their hands were resuming their deliberations today.
The jurors represent a diverse cross section of Los Angeles. They are white, black and Hispanic, mostly middle-aged. Most have children and some have grandchildren-- after spending their first day in discussions on Friday without reaching a verdict.
Dr Conrad Murray has pleaded not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter after administering a fatal dose of propofol to the King of Pop.