Perhaps Laurie Mylorie might find that a familiar thing like with the 1993 WTC ringleaders, one of whom appeared to have questionable ID obtained during Iraqi occupation of Kuwait.
JUNE 29, 2001 : (CANADA : IMMIGRATION HEARING : ALMARABH REFUSES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT HIS CITIZENSHIP- GETS UPSET AT THE SUGGESTION HE MIGHT BE DEPORTED TO SUDAN - See DETROIT CELL ) When asked by Canadian Immigration Officer John Glengarry what country he was a citizen of, Almarabh said, "I'm stateless," according to a transcript of a June 29 immigration hearing. He later told Canadian authorities that he was born in Kuwait to parents who were from Syria. Published reports have said Almarabh's mother was Palestinian and his father was a Syrian running a business in Kuwait. [* My note: His wife says he told her he was Iraqi with relatives in Kuwait] Almarabh told Canadian authorities that he would not leave their country. When an officer suggested he may have to be deported to Sudan, Almarabh became upset and said, "I won't leave." It is unclear from the transcript why he might be deported to Sudan. Almarabh told the officer to "put me back in a cell so I can die," according to the transcript. ------- "IN CUSTODY IN DETROIT: Shadowy new name emerges in probe ; Jilali may be responsible for fake IDs; 3 Detroit suspects stay jailed , " BY JACK KRESNAK AND JIM SCHAEFER, [DETROIT] FREE PRESS STAFF WRITERS , September 22, 2001 Sat
Nabil al Marabh was born in Kuwait in 1966. In the late 1980s, he [Nabil al Marabh] moved to Massachusetts and took a driver's job at the Boston Cab Company. Using that city as a base of operations, he almost immediately began establishing multiple "residences"--and acquiring multiple identification documents--there, in Florida, in Toronto, and eventually in Detroit.
Al Marabh also, probably in 1994, spent some time in a terrorist training camp in Afghanistan; he later showed his sometime Boston girlfriend, Laura Phillips, photographs of the place.
In Afghanistan al Marabh met Raed M. Hijazi, whom he brought back to Boston and found work for at the cab company. The two men lived together briefly, until Hijazi moved in with yet another Boston Cab employee, Bassam Kanj. Kanj would later be killed while leading an al Qaeda attack against a Lebanese army division in the mountains outside Tripoli. Hijazi is the millennium bomb plotter mentioned by the Post. Al Marabh is known to have made thousands of dollars in overseas wire transfers to Hijazi as that plot was being planned.
-------- "Due Process for Terrorists?," by David Tell, for the Editors , The Weekly Standard, 07/01/2002, Volume 007, Issue 41