Doubts About Buffalo

When they raced to the microphones earlier this month to announce they had broken up an al-Qaeda cell in the U.S., federal officials were full of confidence. The case seemed just about perfect, from the fact that no shots were fired during the arrest to the cooperation from local Muslims. Indeed, FBI sources tell TIME that additional agents are being dispatched to Yemen to try to snap cuffs on Kamal Derwish and Jaber Elbaneh, two other members of the alleged cell and U.S.-born Yemenis thought to be hiding somewhere in their ancestral homeland. The agents, who will operate with Yemeni government...

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