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Terror suspect claims beheading role

A suspected al-Qaeda operative in custody in Turkey claimed to have been a member of a gang that kidnapped British hostage Kenneth Bigley in Iraq and beheaded him, a newspaper reported today. Louai Sakka, a Syrian national and alleged associate of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, the al-Qaeda head in Iraq, said he presided over a mock trial of Bigley, who was snatched in Baghdad in September 2004, The Guardian said. His defence lawyer told the newspaper he was convinced the claims were true. Full Story

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