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Muhammed Zazi

Lawyers For Terror Plotter's Father Say Colo. Family Has Betrayed Him

AP | TOM HAYS | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

NEW YORK — Nearly a year after pleading guilty in a foiled terror plot targeting the New York City subways, al-Qaida associate Najibullah Zazi hasn'...

Najibullah Zazi Had Contact With Senior Al-Qaeda Officers

AP | LOLITA BALDOR and BRETT J. BLACKLEDGE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

WASHINGTON — An Afghan immigrant accused of plotting a terrorist attack in New York after receiving training in Pakistan was in contact with a s...

Eric Holder: NYC Terror Plot Was One Of Most Serious Since 9/11

AP | DEVLIN BARRETT | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday the alleged terror plot disrupted in New York was "one of the most serious in the United ...

Najibullah Zazi Bought Bomb Supplies At Beauty Stores (WATCH)

Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

Update: The AP is reporting that Najibullah Zazi has been taken by plane from Denver to New York where he will stand trial for conspiracy to use weap...

FBI, NYPD, Other Law Enforcement Agencies' Failure To Cooperate Complicated Zazi Investigation

AP | TOM HAYS and DEVLIN BARRETT | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

NEW YORK — If Najibullah Zazi had any doubts he was a prime suspect in a terror investigation, authorities say, they were quickly erased by a lo...

Feds: Suspect hit beauty stores for bomb supplies

AP | TOM HAYS and DEVLIN BARRETT | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Terror suspect Najibullah Zazi has been indicted on a charge of conspiring to detonate bombs in the United States.

Zazi is to appear Thursday in court in Denver on a count of lying to terrorism investigators. The new charge of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction was filed in New York.

The two-page indictment offers few details, but a separate document – a government motion seeking to deny bail to the 24-year-old Afghan immigrant – lays out evidence gathered by investigators.

The document says that on Sept. 6 and 7, Zazi tried on multiple times to communicate with another individual "seeking to correct mixtures of ingredients to make explosives."

"Each communication," the papers say, was "more urgent than the last."

FBI, State Law Enforcement Don't Foresee Any More Colorado Arrests In Terror Investigation

The Denver Post | Bruce Finley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver

No additional arrests are expected in Colorado as part of the federal investigation targeting an Afghanistan-born Aurora airport-shuttle driver, a sta...

Aiello's phone ringing as she reps Zazi's lawyer

Denver Business Journal | Denver Business Journal | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Wendy Aiello has found working with her newest client to be far different than overseeing a publicity splash for a restaurant or hotel. ...