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FBI searches former Saudi residence

FBI agents who Wednesday combed a house and yard in suburban Palm Beach County, Fla., for the second day wouldn’t say why, but neighbors speculated terrorism might be involved. They said the family said it was returning to Saudi Arabia and left within a week of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Their adult son was also attending flight school. FBI spokeswoman Judy Orihuela would not comment except to say agents were serving a sealed federal search warrant. Greenacres City Councilman Richard Radcliffe said the FBI told him “it’s not a health or safety issue at all.” At least 12 of 19 men who hijacked jets Sept. 11 had lived in Palm Beach County at some point before the attacks. Real estate records show Mohamed al Masri bought the house for cash in the summer of 2000 and neighbors said he and his family lived there until September 2001. Full Story

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