A Pair of Quick Arrests

The FBI brings home suspects in the Nairobi bombing, but the evidence in Sudan is shaky

It was the CIA's worldwide spy network that fingered Osama bin Laden as the likely mastermind of the Kenya and Tanzania bombings; then the Pentagon's $750,000 cruise missiles severely damaged his command center. But now it's old-fashioned detective work that is rounding up the bin Laden devotees accused of carrying out the attacks. Last week the FBI delivered two suspects in the Kenya bombing to a New York City federal court. Mohammed Rashed Daoud al-'Owhali, who was riding in the truck packed with explosives, was nabbed by FBI agents who had been checking Nairobi hospitals for a suspect who might have...

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