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FBI probed al Qaida evidence in Pakistan

FBI agents examined some of the evidence at the scene shortly after Khalid Sheik Mohammed’s dramatic capture in Pakistan early Saturday, a U.S. official said Monday. Agents were in a race against time to find evidence of the al Qaida official’s U.S. contacts before the capture became generally known. Other evidence was packed up and sent to the United States for analysis at the FBI Laboratory. Mohammed is believed to be the operational planner behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks in the United States, and a top lieutenant to Osama bin Laden, head of the al Qaida organization. Agents hoped to be able to quickly connect Mohammed back to contacts within the United States and elsewhere, and possibly to learn the whereabouts of bin Laden and other leaders. Full Story

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