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Suspect Said to Admit Plan to Kill Bush

A Virginia man accused of plotting with al-Qaida to assassinate President Bush has admitted his guilt on numerous occasions, an FBI agent testified Tuesday. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 23, admitted “multiple times” that he joined al-Qaida while studying overseas in Saudi Arabia and discussed plans with the terrorist network to assassinate President Bush, FBI agent Barry Cole said. The agent also said the suspect talked about plans for a Sept. 11-type attack in which “hijackers would board planes in Great Britain and Australia … so they did not have to have U.S. visas.” “Once into U.S. territories they would fly into designated targets,” he said. Full Story

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