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Supervisor: I Never Read Moussaoui Memo

A terrorism supervisor in FBI headquarters dismissed a field agent’s concerns about confessed al-Qaida member Zacarias Moussaoui in the weeks before Sept. 11, 2001, as “hunches and suppositions” during testimony at Moussaoui’s death-penalty trial. The supervisor, Michael Rolince, testified Tuesday that he had not even read an Aug. 18, 2001, memo written by Minneapolis agent Harry Samit, who arrested Moussaoui and was convinced from the outset that Moussaoui was a terrorist with plans to hijack aircraft. Full Story

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