Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Terror web

Tony Blair has rejected calls for an investigation into intelligence lapses surrounding the July 7 suicide bombings in London last year.

According to a book written by US intelligence specialist, Ron Suskind, Mohammad Sidique Khan, who led the bombers, was banned from the US three years ago.

British intelligence agencies judged that he constituted only a low-level risk.

Now it has emerged that Sidique Khan may have had a connection with the al Qaeda cell recently broken up in Falls Church, Virginia.

British agents trace 7/7 terror links to smalltown America By Daniel McGrory in the Times.

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