Here's an in-depth look into the life of convicted terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui.
Personal: Birth name: Zacarias Moussaoui
Birth date: May 30, 1968
Birth place: St. Jean-de-Luz, France
Father: Omar Moussaoui
Mother: Aicha el-Wafi
Education: MS International Business, South Bank University, London, 1995
Other Facts: Investigators say Moussaoui attended mosques in Great Britain with suspected al Qaeda connections. One of those mosques is where convicted terrorist cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri was prayer leader.
He once bought training time on a commercial flight simulator, but school officials grew suspicious of him and contacted the local FBI.
Moussaoui has stated in court that he belongs to al Qaeda and is loyal to Osama bin Laden.
Prosecutors allege that Moussaoui attended a terrorist training camp in Afghanistan in 1998.
A search of Moussaoui's belongings shortly after 9/11 turns up Boeing 747 flight manuals, two knives, an aviation radio, information on aerial application of pesticides, and a notebook containing German telephone numbers.
Timeline: 1996 - French authorities begin monitoring Moussaoui when they notice him with Islamic extremists.
1999 - French authorities place Moussaoui on a watch list.
September 2000 - Moussaoui visits Malaysia and stays in the same condo where two of the September 11th hijackers stayed in January 2000.
February 26-May 29, 2001 - Moussaoui trains at the Airman Flight School in Norman, Oklahoma. He takes over 50 hours of flying lessons, but leaves without a pilot's license.
August 1 and 3, 2001 - Moussaoui is allegedly wired $14,000 from Ramzi bin al-Shibh, an alleged al Qaeda operative. The money was wired from Dusseldorf and Hamburg, Germany.
August 16, 2001 - Moussaoui is arrested in Minnesota on immigration issues. The local FBI was alerted to Moussaoui after he aroused suspicions at a flight school.
August 2001 - Minnesota FBI agents are refused permission, by their Washington office, to obtain a search warrant for Moussaoui's computer.
September 2001 - Moussaoui is identified as a possible 9/11 conspirator and potential fifth hijacker on Flight 93, the only plane with four instead of five hijackers. Also, the U.S. government states that he was to have piloted a fifth jetliner that would have targeted the White House.
December 11, 2001 - A federal grand jury indicts Moussaoui on six counts of conspiracy, the indictments directly related to the September 11 attacks and include conspiracy to destroy aircraft and murder United States employees.
January 2, 2002 - Moussaoui is arraigned. He declines to enter a plea for himself, so U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema enters a not guilty plea on his behalf.
June 25, 2002 - In the arraignment for the revised indictment with amended charges, Moussaoui again refuses to enter a plea, and then tries to plead "no contest." Judge Brinkema refuses to accept the plea, believing Moussaoui does not understand the law, and enters a not guilty plea on his behalf.
July 16, 2002 - A third indictment of Moussaoui takes place, this one allowing prosecutors to spell out conduct that would warrant the death penalty.
July 18, 2002 - At his third arraignment, Moussaoui tries to plead guilty. The judge once more enters a not guilty plea and gives him one week to change his mind.