Another highly educated doctor, this time Australia, tied to the global jihad. Note global
LONDON: The police in Australia have established links
between an Indian doctor they arrested last week, Mohammed Haneef, and the
suspects in the failed London and Glasgow bombings, but not enough evidence so
far to charge him with a crime, according to police affidavits and Australian
The affidavits, copies of which were provided to The New York Times, provide
the first official details about the contacts between Haneef and some of the
suspects detained in Britain. The investigators are now trying to differentiate
those contacts that are "honest relationships from more sinister," a senior
Australian official said on the condition of anonymity because he was not
authorized to speak with the news media.
"I suspect it will turn out that he is in the innocent category," the
official said of Haneef.
The Australian police withdrew a court attempt on Friday to extend Haneef’s
detention, Reuters reported from Canberra. It is not clear when Haneef will be
freed, as Australian antiterrorism laws allow police a total of 24 hours of
questioning of detained people. They have only used 12 hours.
One of the eight
UPDATE: The "unexpected" terrorist. (Doesn’t surprise me – I’ve been saying it all along. It’s the jihad, stupid.
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