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Feds hunt terror cells here

Evidence seized during the arrest nearly two weeks ago of a top al-Qaida terrorist leader and an associate in Pakistan has sparked investigations in Detroit and other U.S. cities of possible local links to terror cells, a law enforcement official said Tuesday. The official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, declined to tell The Detroit News what the FBI was investigating here. A television network report said documents, computer hard drives and cellular telephones seized March 1 from a home in Rawalpindi, Pakistan — where Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and his aide, Mustafa Ahmed al-Hisawi, were staying — may document the financing of terrorist operations. FBI spokeswoman Dawn Clenney said the bureau’s Detroit office had “absolutely no comment” on the report. Full Story

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