A British shoe-bomb plotter testifying by video for a second time in a New York courtroom revealed potential U.S. and English terror targets that were discussed at al-Qaida brainstorming sessions.

Saajid Badat (SAH'-jeed buh-DAHT') testified Tuesday that Khalid Sheik Mohammed — the self-professed architect of the Sept. 11 attacks — said in 2001 al-Qaida should consider attacking the West Coast of the United States or the Canary Wharf financial district in London.

It was Badat's second day of testimony at the trial of an Egyptian cleric who became an extremist Islamic figure in London in the late 1990s.

Just a month after testifying at the trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, Badat was filmed in the United Kingdom as he answered questions from a U.S. prosecutor and a defense lawyer.