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FBI Expands Saudi Account Of Al Qaeda Suspect

Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, the American student who is accused of plotting to assassinate President George W. Bush, told Saudi interrogators in 2003 that he and associates with Al Qaeda had also discussed hijacking planes over U.S. airspace, attacking military bases and killing members of Congress, according to testimony by an agent with the FBI. But the agent said Tuesday that he was not present during Abu Ali’s time with Saudi investigators, and defense lawyers argued that any confessions that he may have made while in Saudi custody for 20 months came as result of torture.Full Story

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