terror in delhi 10/29
Thursday, February 16, 2006
  Camps, What Camps via two Associated Press reports here and here:

Hamid Hayat spent half his life attending school and living with relatives in Pakistan. According to a federal indictment, he left for Pakistan in April 2003 and attended an al-Qaida training camp outside the city of Rawalpindi between October 2003 and November 2004.

The informant recorded Hayat before he left for Pakistan and again after he arrived. The younger Hayat said he had been accepted at a camp that provided training in weapons and explosives and hand-to-hand combat, according to the indictment.

and

Prosecutors say Hamid Hayat returned to his home in Lodi, an agricultural community about 35 miles south of Sacramento, with the intent of committing holy war.

Their case involves statements prosecutors say the men made to a confidential government informant in the United States, the men's purported videotaped confessions and the photographs they say show the actual camp.

The Pakistani government denied any of the camps exist. Prosecutors, however, said they have satellite images "of a location consistent in appearance with the militant training camp that Hamid Hayat ultimately confessed that he attended," according to the 60-page trial brief filed Tuesday night.

Guess the cat is slowly coming out the bag.


 
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