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Four more UK terror suspects freed
CNN | April 29, 2004

The last four of the 10 people detained following terror raids this month in northern England have been released, authorities say.
Saudi security forces 'agreed to let al-Qa'eda killers escape'
London Telegraph | June 1 2004

Witnesses said yesterday that the terrorists who killed 22 civilians in Saudi Arabia and took more than 40 people hostage were let out of the besieged compound by security forces in an apparent deal to avoid more people being killed.
U.S. Told Saudis to Let Al-Qaida Gunmen Escape Says Official
Scotsman | 3 Jun 2004

Saudi authorities gave safe passage to three al-Qaida gunmen after the they killed 10 of the hostages they were holding at a hotel in the oil hub of Khobar, a senior security official said.
Friends and neighbours: Arrested 'terror suspect' is nothing of the sort

The image of Sajid Badat as an Islamist terrorist was met with disbelief and anger in his home town of Gloucester yesterday.
Musharraf Again Fakes Terror Arrests For Political Leveridge

Just like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf's intelligence forces have contrived a feat of equal illusion with the arrest of a number of foreign students alleged to have terror links.
'Chemical Ali' outlived death reports

"Chemical Ali", a mass killer and one of the great survivors of Saddam Hussein's Iraq, even outlived reports of his own death, it emerged yesterday when his capture was revealed.
Captured al-Qa'eda man was FBI spy

The American al-Qa'eda operative unmasked last week as having planned to bring down the Brooklyn Bridge was first detained in March, and has been used by the FBI for months as a double agent, it was reported yesterday.
Mystery surrounds convenient arrest of the al-Qa'ida mastermind 'behind 11 September'

The United States badly needed a big victory in its war on al-Qa'ida to counter those critics who said that the violent and fanatically anti-Western network represents a far greater and more immediate threat to Americans than Iraq.
Pakistan Accused of Staging Bin Laden Aide Arrest

A grainy video purporting to show the arrest of two al Qaeda leaders has done little to deflect accusations that Pakistan may have staged this month's raid to give it leeway to abstain in a U.N. vote on an Iraq war.
Pakistan's ISI breaks silence on al-Qaeda captures, shows videos of raid

Pakistan's secretive intelligence agency opened its doors to foreign journalists Monday for an unprecented multi-media briefing on the capture of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Khalid Capture In Conflict: ISI Shows “Faceless” Arrest Tape

Foreign journalists had to give their head a shake today when they attended a first-ever press briefing by Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), a dog-and-pony show to tout what they claim is their “independent” capture of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Confusion persists over Sheikh extradition

Conflicting reports over the extradition of Khalid Sheikh Mohammad have confounded the confusion as sources say the top al-Qaeda leader was flown out of Pakistan Monday in US custody while Interior Ministry claims he was till being interrogated by Pakistani agencies.
A chilling inheritance of terror

Ever since the frenzied shootout last month on September 11 in Karachi there have been doubts over whether Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the self-proclaimed head of al-Qaeda's military committee, died in the police raid on his apartment.
Confirmed: Ramzi Bin Al-Shibah has not been captured

As information surrounding the much trumpeted arrest of Al-Qaida leader Ramzi Bin Al-Shibah in Karachi has continued to be marred in controversy, an eyewitness account has emerged that finally confirms earlier reports that his capture was a public relations ploy and that Ramzi is not in the hands of the Americans.
U.S. Colonel Unaware of al-Qaida Arrests

The commander of a brigade that U.S. Central Command said captured 74 suspected al-Qaida sympathizers said Monday that he had no knowledge of any such arrests.
Al-Qaida: Abu Gaith, Al-Zawahiri Free In Afghanistan

A senior al-Qaeda official dismissed Wednesday, July 9, recent reports about the arrest of the network’s second-in-command, its spokesman and one of its leader’s sons in Iran, adding they “are all free and operational”.
Doubts over surrender of Saudi 'bomb mastermind'

If Ali Abdulrahman al-Ghamdi really was the man who planned last month's suicide bombings in Riyadh, his surrender was about the most unique development in the history of Osama bin Laden's al-Qa'ida movement.
US quiet on Hambali whereabouts

There is widespread confusion about the whereabouts of Hambali, the most wanted man in Asia. The United States announced he had been arrested earlier this week but gave no details of where he was taken into custody or where he was currently being held.
Was 'mastermind' really captured?

In the theatre of the absurd into which America's hunt for Al Qaeda so often descends, the "arrest" - the quotation marks are all too necessary - of Khaled Shaikh Mohammed is nearer the Gilbert and Sullivan end of the repertory.By this stage, it looked like a case of the "whoops" school of journalism: a good story that just might be totally untrue.
Macedonia staged 'terrorist' killings to win US support
BreakingNews.ie| May 1 2004

Macedonian police gunned down seven innocent Pakistani immigrants, then claimed they were terrorists, in a killing staged to show they were participating in the US-led war on terror, authorities said.
Terrorists on Ashcroft's 'Wanted List' Already in Jail
Prison Planet | May 27 2004

At least two of the terrorists identified by John Ashcroft as part of an 'Al-Qaeda cell' that is waiting to attack America this summer are already in jail.
CIA Faked German Terror Alert
Nettavisen TV (Norway) - 01/07/04

According to information provided TV 2 Nettavisen by German intelligence, they are convinced that the CIA information is wrong, and they allegedly fear that American authorities planted the information.
France Finds No Evidence of Hijack Plot
Associated Press - 12/27/03

American warnings of a plot had prompted Air France to cancel six flights on Wednesday between Paris and Los Angeles -- three in each direction -- amid a stepped-up terror alert level in the United States.
ABC News 'suicide bomber threat' turns out to be false
London Times - 12/20/03

AMERICA suffered a spasm of fear and alarm yesterday as two reports of terrorist activity rapidly gained credibility.
Bin Laden video is compilation of repeats, says expert

A French terrorism expert cautioned yesterday against taking the video at face value. Roland Jacquard, head of the International Observatory on Terrorism based in Paris, told French radio that it was mostly a collection of old footage and soundtracks which have been aired.
Bin Laden Tape Is Old Material - French Expert

A leading French terrorism expert cautioned Thursday against taking the latest Osama bin Laden video at face value, saying it was largely an edited collection of old footage and sound tracks that have already been aired.
Bin Laden's right-hand man in new videotape Ayman al-Zawahiri was arrested 18 months ago

But you see FOXNBCCNNCBS won't report that so everyone will just remember the bogeyman threatening to get us and that giving up our rights will let the government protect us from him!
Fake Infiltration

Sources Say Informant Made Up Story of Men Who Slipped Into U.S.
Politics drove decision to raise alert level

Friday’s elevation of the terrorist threat level from yellow (moderate) to orange (high) ignited a heated debate within America’s intelligence community with some career professionals complaining the Bush administration is playing politics with the nation’s security.
Some US attack threats 'fabricated'

Terrorist suspects probably lied when they warned that attacks on the United States were imminent, Bush administration officials have said.
Endless Fake Terror Alerts: Fear Based Mind Control

The U.S. and British governments issued a spate of fabricated terror alerts immediately after September 11 and continue to do so to this day. Concurrently we are reminded daily that it’s not a matter of if but when the next large terrorist attack occurs. That is akin to a jail guard telling his boss that it’s not a matter of if but when all the prisoners are going to escape.
Terror alerts manufactured?

Intelligence pros say the White House is manufacturing terrorist alerts to keep the issue alive in the minds of voters and to keep President Bush's approval ratings high. The Thursday report said that the administration is engaging in "hysterics" in issuing numerous terror alerts that have little to no basis in fact.
False Alarm?

A key piece of the information leading to recent terror alerts was fabricated, according to two senior law enforcement officials in Washington and New York.

An al Qaeda informant whose 'dirty bomb' warning put America on 'orange alert' has failed a lie test, it has been reported.
Bin Laden tape a fake, Swiss lab says

The latest audiotape statement attributed to accused terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden is not authentic, a Swiss research institute said.
Another dubious ‘Bin Laden tape’ comes when the US needed it the most

The Arab-language television station, al-Jazeera, has broadcast a message allegedly from Osama bin Laden, in which he calls for Muslims to stand with the Iraqi people against the United States.

The huffers and puffers get help from bin Laden

Osama bin Laden came to the rescue of George W. Bush on Tuesday. The president and his secretary of state had been huffing and puffing to prove a link between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. George Tenet, who presides over a CIA full of skepticism about the tie, did his best for the boss, playing up the link to the Senate.
Britain accused on terror lab claim

Britain was accused last night of falsely claiming that al-Qaeda terrorists had built a 'biological and chemical weapons' laboratory in Afghanistan to justify the deployment of 1,700 Royal Marines to fight there.
'Chatter' about possible attacks said to be of doubtful credibility

U.S. intelligence has picked up mention of possible terror attacks planned for New York, Washington, Boston and more broadly, the U.S. coastlines.
Italy frees Pakistani terror suspects

An Italian judge has ordered the release of 28 Pakistani immigrants arrested on suspicion of planning terrorist attacks.
Palestinians: Israel Faked Gaza Al Qaeda Presence

The Palestinian Authority accused Israel's Mossad spy agency on Saturday of setting up a fake al Qaeda cell in Gaza so that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon could justify Israeli attacks in Palestinian areas.
Palestinians arrest al-Qaeda 'poseurs'

Palestinian security forces have arrested a group of Palestinians for collaborating with Israel and posing as operatives of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda terrorist network, a senior official said yesterday.
Alex Jones on the Hypocrisy of Torture
Prison Planet.tv | May 16 2004

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Terror of Torture in Cuba Camp
London Mirror | March 12 2004

JAMAL al-Harith told last night how he suffered a brutal attack by US military police because he refused to have a mystery injection. During the beating the officers barked in automated unison: "Comply, comply, comply. Do not resist. Do not resist."
My Hell In Camp X-Ray
London Mirror | March 12 2004

A BRITISH captive freed from Guantanamo Bay today tells the world of its full horror - and reveals how prostitutes were taken into the camp to degrade Muslim inmates.Prisoners who had never seen an "unveiled" woman before would be forced to watch as the hookers touched their own naked bodies. The men would return distraught. One said an American girl had smeared menstrual blood across his face in an act of humiliation. Prisoners faced psychological torture and mind-games in attempts to make them confess to acts they had never committed. Even petty breaches of rules brought severe punishment.
Trade in the tools of torture: The U.S. government OKs the export of shackles and stun guns

The United States has permitted American companies to ship electric-shock weapons and mechanical restraints to 39 countries accused of torturing dissidents and detainees, according to a U.S. News review of export documents and State Department reports.
Another Guantanamo Detainee Attempts Suicide

Another terror suspect held by the United States at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba tried to hang himself, the 16th attempted suicide there since detentions began last year, the Pentagon said Friday.
No leaders of Al Qaeda found at Guantanamo

Despite intense interrogations and investigations, U.S. authorities have yet to identify any senior Al Qaeda leaders among the nearly 600 terrorism suspects from 43 countries in U.S. military custody at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, officials say. The failure to find high-ranking Al Qaeda officials has frustrated intelligence, law enforcement and military authorities
Bali suspect tortured, lawyer says

A prime suspect in the Bali bombing will recant in court his confession implicating Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Bashir in the blasts because it was made under police torture, the suspect's lawyer said yesterday.
Children held at Camp Xray, US admits

The US military has revealed it is holding juveniles at its high-security prison for terrorists at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, known as Camp Xray.
CIA accused of torture at Bagram base

The CIA has used "stress and duress" techniques on al-Qaida suspects held at secret overseas detention centres, as well as contracting out their interrogation to foreign intelligence agencies known to routinely use torture, said a report published yesterday.
Afghan prisoners beaten to death at US military interrogation base

Two prisoners who died while being held for interrogation at the US military base in Afghanistan had apparently been beaten, according to a military pathologist's report. A criminal investigation is now under way into the deaths which have both been classified as homicides.
Dershowitz: Torture could be justified

Following the capture of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the question has become whether the senior al Qaeda leader will reveal key information about the terrorist network. If he doesn't, should he be tortured to make him tell what he knows?
Fears that US will use 'torture lite' on al-Qaida No 3

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the al-Qaida leader captured in Pakistan over the weekend, was yesterday believed to be under interrogation at a US base in Afghanistan.
Indian detainee alleges US torture

An Indian man arrested in the US after the 11 September 2001 attacks, has complained of "torture of the worst kind" during his 15 months' detention.
Guantanamo Eyes Possible Execution Chamber

Guantanamo officials are ready to provide a courtroom, a prison and an execution chamber if the order comes to try terror suspects at the base in Cuba, the mission commander said.
US plans death camp

Prisoners would be tried, convicted and executed without leaving its boundaries, without a jury and without right of appeal, The Mail on Sunday newspaper reported yesterday.
US plans for executions at Guantanamo

US military officials are making preparations for the trial and possible execution of captives held in Guantanamo Bay, including the construction of a "death chamber".
Pentagon reports suicide attempts among Guantanamo prisoners

The Pentagon said Thursday there has been another suicide attempt among inmates at its Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorist suspects, bringing the number to five in three weeks.
Prisoners 'killed' at US base

Two Afghan prisoners were killed while in US custody at their base at Bagram, a military coroner has concluded.
'Too nice' Guantanamo chief sacked

The head of military police at the US detention centre for Taleban prisoners in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has been removed from his command.
US interrogators turn to 'torture lite'

The United States is condoning the torture and illegal interrogation of prisoners held in the wake of September 11, in defiance of international law and its own constitution, according to lawyers, former US intelligence officers and human rights groups.
US turns to torture to crack prisoners of war

Deep inside the forbidden zone at the United States-occupied Bagram air base in Afghanistan are a cluster of metal shipping containers protected by a triple layer of concertina wire.





A US human rights group has accused American intelligence of torturing al-Qaeda and Taliban inmates at secret camps overseas.