India: Police seize UK terror suspect's computer

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July 9, 2007 11:08

 
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Indian investigators have seized a computer hard drive belonging to the man suspected of ramming a Jeep into the Glasgow airport in a failed terror attack, a senior police official said Monday. The Bangalore police recovered the hard drive and CDs that Kafeel Ahmed left in the Indian city of Bangalore when he went back to Britain in early May, said Bangalore's Commissioner of Police N. Achuta Rao. "The hard disk is being examined to ascertain the contents and possible connection to the UK incident and also regarding terrorist activity, if any, in India and elsewhere," Rao said. Rao said police have questioned the friends and family of three Indians suspected in the attacks: Kafeel Ahmed, Sabeel Ahmed, and Mohammad Haneef.

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