Coloradan Zazi’s coded e-mail started agencies plan to stop N.Y. subway attack

Jim Davis was in his backyard drinking a beer and grilling burgers for a Labor Day barbecue when his cellphone rang.

On the line was Steve Olson, the assistant special agent in charge of the FBI’s Denver office national security branch.

Olson told his boss that authorities monitoring the e-mail of a key al-Qaeda operative in Pakistan had intercepted a chilling message about a potential attack.

Read More

Enhanced by Zemanta

Facebook comments:

Leave a Comment