Saudis Offer Interview With Woman Who Left U.S.
A top Saudi official said yesterday that a terrorism suspect’s wife who had been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury would be made available to the FBI in Riyadh if U.S. authorities want to interview her. The Saudi embassy helped the woman, Maha Marri, return to Saudi Arabia on Nov. 10 even though the grand jury had demanded her testimony and the FBI had confiscated her passport. Her husband, Ali S. Marri, who is in U.S. custody, was indicted last month on charges of lying to the FBI about phone calls to a man in the United Arab Emirates suspected of managing a bank account used by the terrorists who staged the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Full Story