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Soldier Said Accused of Helping al-Qaida

A National Guardsman stationed at Fort Lewis was arrested Thursday and charged by the Army with trying to provide information to the al-Qaida terrorist network, a federal law enforcement official said. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press that Spc. Ryan G. Anderson was charged with “aiding the enemy by wrongfully attempting to communicate and give intelligence to the al-Qaida terrorist network.” It was not immediately known what information Anderson allegedly provided. Anderson was being held at Fort Lewis, an Army base near Tacoma. Full Story

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