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  • Spain links Syrian cabal to Sept. 11 plot--Prosecutors follow the money trail

    10/19/2003 4:03:02 PM PDT · by SJackson · 22 replies · 228+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | October 19, 2003 | John Crewdson, Drew Crosby
    By John Crewdson, Tribune senior correspondent. Reporting and research assistance was provided by Drew Crosby in Madrid MADRID -- The most sweeping criminal indictment to arise thus far from the Sept. 11 attacks reflects a quiet but dramatic change in understanding by investigators here and across Europe of the terrorist organization known as Al Qaeda, and the international Islamic radical-terrorist network of which, they now agree, it is merely a part. As laid out in the indictment, the defendants' alleged activities--from arranging travel and providing introductions to procuring false documents and, especially, moving money--provide the first detailed look at one...
  • More details emerge on reports of terrorist activity before 9-11 attacks... [Story is up]

    02/23/2004 4:58:38 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 81 replies · 290+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | 2-23-04
    <p>C.I.A. Was Given Data on Hijacker Long Before 9/11 By JAMES RISEN and ERIC LICHTBLAU WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 — American investigators were given the first name and telephone number of one of the Sept. 11 hijackers two and a half years before the attacks on New York and Washington, but the United States appears to have failed to pursue the lead aggressively, American and German officials say.</p>
  • Two al-Qaida Suspects Arrested in Spain

    02/23/2004 1:48:10 PM PST · by Prodigal Son · 1 replies · 158+ views
    AP ^ | February 23, 2004
    MADRID, Spain - Spanish police have arrested two Algerian men with alleged ties to the al-Qaida terror network, police said Monday. The men were identified as Khaleb Madani and Moussa Laouar. They were arrested in the southeastern cities of Torrevieja and Murcia on warrants issued by National Court Judge Guillermo Ruiz Polanco, a police spokesman said on customary condition of anonymity. Both are said to have worked for al-Qaida and are accused of falsifying documents, including passports, the spokesman said. The Web site of Madrid daily El Mundo said the two men have links to Ramzi Binalshibh, a Yemeni who...