Passport Linked to 9/11 Found in Pakistan

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Pakistani army officials say they've found a passport belonging to man linked to two hijackers in the 9/11 attacks.

According to the British Broadcasting Corp., the army claims it recovered the passport in south Waziristan, along with weapons and jihad literature.

The passport belongs to Said Bahaji, a German of Moroccan origin.

Bahaji is believed to have been a member of the Hamburg cell that helped plan the 9/11 attacks and a close associate of Mohammed Atta, who led the team of hijackers. Bahaji is believed to have fled Germany shortly before the attacks in New York and Washington, D.C.

The passport included a tourist visa for Pakistan and a stamp indicating he'd arrived in the southern city of Karachi on Sept. 4, 2001.

 

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