Four people have since 2013 been jailed after the attack in the mall Westgate in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, where 67 people lost their lives.
One of the characters, Adan Dheg, however, Monday has been released.
the Trial will therefore be resumed 21. January, with the three remaining suspects, as the judge on Monday found sufficient evidence for were involved in the attack.
This writes the news agency AP and the kenyan media Daily Nation.
None of the defendants is accused of being one of the perpetrators, when the massacre took place, but they are accused of having been in cahoots with them.
the Media Kenyans reporting that the freed man in 2013, was caught on a surveillance camera in a bank where he supposedly paid for the car, which was used for the attack.
the Judge in the case found, however, no sufficient evidence of the charges.
a Further four persons, suspected to have done it, were all killed during the attack.
The somali group al-Shabaab took the blame for the attack in the mall Westgate, which developed into a hostage taking.
the Attack was on from 21. 24. september 2013. The perpetrators used the hostages as living shields against kenyan and israeli security forces who tried to free the hostages.
Parts of the indkøbscentrets roof collapsed as a result of the powerful explosions, which took place when the kenyan soldiers defeated the captors.
the Centre was israelskejet and popular among the wealthy and foreigners.
Two danes found themselves in the mall, but they did not do anything to.
Several foreigners were among those killed. Including six britons, two canadians, two frenchmen, two indians, a chinese, a dutchman, a south african and a south Korean citizen.