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Lawyer: Man tried to set up terror camp

A British computer specialist tried to set up a terrorist training camp in Arizona, where he met with Islamic radicals who claimed ties to Osama bin Laden, a government attorney alleged Wednesday. Babar Ahmad, who is being held in London on charges he ran terrorist fund-raising Web sites, met in Phoenix in 1998 with Yaser Al Jhani, a member of the Islamic mujahedeen militia, and others who claimed to have access to bin Laden, said John Hardy, a British lawyer representing the U.S. government. “He expressed an interest in developing a training system in Arizona,” Hardy told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from London. “That is, a training system, in effect for the mujahedeen to visit and train to fight abroad.” Full Story

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