Mumbai terrorist's wives spoke to US authorities in 2008

October 17, 2010 10:17

WASHINGTON — Two wives of a businessman convicted in the Mumbai terrorist attacks in India spoke to US authorities about their husband before the violent assaults in 2008.

But two government officials said Saturday that the wives of David Headley provided information that was general in nature and did not involve specifics about any particular terrorist plot.

The official, who is familiar with the matter, said the FBI interviews in New York City occurred three years before the 2008 rampage that killed 166 people. The woman was not identified.

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