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Terrorists on FBI 'Wanted List' Already in Jail?

An Open Letter To John Ashcroft

Terrorists on Ashcroft's 'Wanted List' Already in Jail?

Free Press International

Mr. Ashcroft,

Amer El-Maati

According to, the alleged terrorist Amer El-Maati is already incarcerated?

Aafia Siddiqui

According to NBC, Aafia Siddiqui was questioned by the FBI For alleged Al-Qaida Links in 2003?

According to the Boston Globe, a group purporting to be part of Al Qaeda that claimed responsibility for the Madrid train bombings and warned of a looming attack on the United States seems to be a phantom organization, according to US intelligence officials and terrorism specialists?

I would greatly appreciate a response to these questions.


Publisher: Greg Ericson
Free Press International

FPI emailed Mr. Ashcroft at the DOJ with this letter.



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