On Tuesday the alleged Times Square car bomber appeared in court for the first time since his arrest over two weeks ago.
From the Associated Press:
Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistan-born U.S. citizen, muttered one word at the 10-minute hearing - "yes" - when asked to confirm an affidavit about his financial status, which allowed him to have a public defender appointed.
Shahzad, wearing a gray sweatsuit and with his hair a bit longer than in photos splashed around the world, was handcuffed behind his back and led out of court after a magistrate read him his rights.
ABC News obtained Shahzad's mug shot, seen below, which shows the terror suspect with a slight beard and seemingly little emotion.