Passports linked to 9/11 found at Afghan border – Gosh, how’d that happen?

By Incorrect Author 30 October 2009

Pakistani soldiers fighting at a Taliban strong point near Afghanistan say they have found passports that may be linked to 9/11 suspects. The documents were found in hideouts militants had abandoned before the Pakistani army began its ground attack in south Waziristan. One passport is German and belonged to a Said Bahaji, the same name as a man who lived in Hamburg before fleeing Germany just before 9/11. Another, a Spanish passport, was in the name of Raquel Burgos Garcia. A woman by the same name is reportedly married to an alleged al-Qaeda member suspected in both 9/11 and the Madrid train bombings. For more: AP

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