Terrorism: The Making Of The FBI's Most Dangerous

A standard question asked of al-Qaeda suspects being held overseas is this: What person still at large do you regard as the most likely to harm the U.S. or U.S. interests? It was the frequency with which one name, Adnan G. el-Shukrijumah, popped up that led the FBI to launch an all-out search for the 27-year-old Saudi. "A number of people concurred that he was the individual perceived to be the most dangerous," a Justice Department official said. But sources tell TIME that el-Shukrijumah has long been in the FBI's sights, though investigators only recently matched up his photo and aliases...

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