News Updates from Citizens For Legitimate Government 13 May 2010
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Times Square bomb plot probe: FBI arrests 2 after raids on Mass.,
13 May 2010 Two people were arrested Thursday morning as FBI agents
raided homes in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Long Island in
connection with the botched terrorist car bombing in Times Square.
The raids on a gas station and a home outside Boston were linked
to friends of accused terrorist Faisal Shahzad, arrested two days
after the failed plot, sources told the Daily News. Agents also
targeted homes in Shirley and Centereach on Long Island, and another
in Camden, N.J., sources said. The FBI cordoned off a home in
Watertown, Mass., a suburb of Boston, with sources indicating friends
of Shahzad had stayed at that address. The agents also raided a
Mobil gas station on Harvard Street in Brookline, Mass., where they
recovered a 2000 Honda Accord, officials said.
The vehicle was from the Watertown home surrounded by the FBI.
Two Arrested in Raids Connected to Times Square
-The-Northeast-93676244.html> 13 May 2010 The FBI executed search
warrants in numerous locations across the Northeast on Thursday
morning in connection with the attempted Times Square bombing. Two
people have been taken into custody in Thursday's raids, WHDH-TV
reports. Warrants were executed at a Mobil gas station in Brookline,
Mass. and a home in Watertown, Mass., according to WHDH-TV in Boston.
FBI spokesman Richard Kolko told the Associated Press that locations
in Long Island also had been searched. It was unclear on Thursday
morning if raids took place in Connecticut.
FBI searches Watertown, Brookline in NYC bomb
rtown_brookli.html> 13 May 2010 Authorities are searching a home
on Waverley Avenue in Watertown in connection with the investigation
of the attempted bombing in Times Square earlier this month, the
FBI said this morning. FBI spokeswoman Gail Marcinkiewicz said
search warrants had been executed at "several locations in the
Northeast," including the Watertown home. Police tape cordoned off
the small white house at 39 Waverley this morning. "The searches
are the product of evidence that has been gathered in the investigation"
of the Times Square attempt, she said.
Spanish prosecutors want 13 CIA agents
want_13_ci.html> 12 May 2010 Spanish prosecutors are asking a judge
to issue arrest warrants for 13 CIA agents who they believe were
involved in the spy agencys 2004 "extraordinary rendition" of a
German citizen, according to Spain's El Pais newspaper. Prosecutors
claim jurisdiction in the case because CIA personnel who handled
the rendition kidnapping of Khaled El-Masri had a stopover in Majorca
en route to Macedonia. El-Masri has said he was taken to Afghanistan,
where he was tortured for several months and then released when the
CIA realized it had been a case of mistaken identity.
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