Skip to comments.F.B.I. Seizes Passport of Queens Man Scrutinized in Plot (Already flew in from Pakistan)
Posted on 01/08/2010 3:46:13 AM PST by tobyhill
F.B.I. agents on Thursday seized the passport of a Queens man who came under intense scrutiny last year during the investigation of an airport shuttle bus driver who was charged in a Qaeda bomb plot, law enforcement officials and the mans lawyer said.
About an hour later, a bizarre tableau unfolded as the man, Adis Medunjanin, 25, who was under surveillance by the F.B.I., was involved in a traffic accident while driving near the Whitestone Bridge, perhaps flustered by the surveillance or in an attempt to avoid it, one law enforcement official said. He tried to flee the scene, several people briefed on the matter said, but was captured by the investigators who were following him and later treated for minor injuries at a Queens hospital.
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* He is an associate of Najibullah Zazi, the Denver shuttle bus driver who was buying his bomb ingredients in bulk at beauty supply warehouses.
* He traveled to Pakistan with Zazi, who received weapons training and explosive-making lessons while there. And we are supposed to believe this Medunjanin was touring Pakistan's fascinating historical and cultural sites while Zazi was getting bomb training?
* He is not Amish.
Gads. They all went to Flushing High. Ain’t diversity grand.
He should be in GITMO with the military getting the info from him about exactly where they went and who they met.
Just said on the radio that the FBI has arrested him and his friend.
Toby, is it just me, or did it seem to you that this story was written by the New York Times in a way that concealed this guy’s history. It’s all there, but the order it is presented in is confusing, and it sort of avoids Zazi until well down in the copy. What do you think?
CNN is a bit better but not by much
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