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* evidence of al Qaeda 2001 anthrax plot released

Posted by DXer on August 26, 2009

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Ben Conery writes in the Washington Times (8/26/09) …

  • Documents released this week related to the CIA’s terrorist interrogation program …  explain how CIA interrogators tricked Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, and Yazid Sufaat, a Malaysian scientist who was educated in the U.S., to reveal the details of al Qaeda’s ultimately unsuccessful plot in 2001 to unleash a deadly anthrax attack against Americans.
  • Yazid admitted his principal role in the anthrax program and provided some fragmentary information on his, at the time, still at-large defendants,” the report stated.
  • Authorities said Sufaat had critical knowledge about the plot as he had spent months hunkered down in a laboratory near an airport in Afghanistan trying to cook up a batch of anthrax.
  • “But it was ultimately the information provided by [Mohammed] that led to the capture of Yazid’s two principal assistants in the anthrax program,” the report said, while not naming the two other suspects.

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Are we really so sure that all of al Qaeda’s anthrax attack plots were unsuccessful? If the FBI’s case against Dr. Ivins is as weak as it seems, then who did send the anthrax attack letters?

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