A few days ago the UK Government debated the introduction of secret trials into British law, see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-20388186. The bill is currently passing through the House of Lords. However, a semi-secret trial has already begun, that of Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. The pair are accused of murdering Lee Rigby on the streets of Woolwich in May of this year. The BBC, Sky News, The Daily Telegraph and The Independent- so-called, and The Guardian make no mention of it. It's not a total black-out though because The Metro has it, see: http://metro.co.uk/2013/11/18/bnp-and-edl-to-gather-outside-old-bailey-as-pair-accused-of-lee-rigby-murder-appear-in-court-4190581/. This means there has not been an official D-Notice. Presumably the BNP and EDL got their information on the trial date and location from... somebody. The BNP's own coverage not only pushes their particular brand of hysterical Islamophobia, it completely fails to even consider the very dubious elements of the Lee Rigby murder which abound throughout the case, see: http://bnptv.org.uk/2013/11/bnp-demand-death-penalty-for-lee-rigby-killers/. In truth, there is good reason to be suspicious and wonder whether the incident was all that it appears to be.
See here for important background: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/woolwich-attack-and-mi5.html.
Why is the media's coverage of this trial so thin? You'd think it would be on front pages everywhere. It may be because there's some question over the suspects which might emerge in court that is related to the very concerns I bring up. I'd ask anybody who does find out that the trial is in progress and wishes to protest, then don't fall into the same trap as the BNP. I have no doubt that Lee Rigby is sadly dead. My guess is he was executed in secret on a military base. We owe it to his wife, child and parents to get to the truth of what really happened to him. Also to expose those who perpetrated both his murder and the massive fraud connected with it. When they are in court, their trial will definitely not be secret.