Agents from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation picked through the wreckage of the Jordanian embassy in Baghdad, trying to figure out who was behind the car bomb attack that left at least 14 people dead. “There are several academies of bombing. Different groups have different methods,” said crime scene commander Thomas Fuentes, dressed in a flak jacket and with an assault rifle strapped across his chest. Last Thursday’s car bomb attack, which also wounded more than 50 and has been widely blamed on Islamist radicals, was the deadliest in Baghdad since Saddam Hussein was ousted four months ago. “We’ve been conducting a full crime scene examination, gathering anything to try to identify which explosive was used,” said Fuentes as he watched his team sift through the debris at the devastated embassy. Full Story
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