have nabbed an Ohio truckdriver after revealing him as an al Qaeda
operative in plots to collapse a suspension bridge and blow up an
airliner in the United States, according to a new report.
Qaeda leader Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who has been talking with federal
officials ever since he was seized in Pakistan March 1, fingered
the truckdriver, Newsweek reports.
driver told interrogators he was ordered by his al Qaeda bosses
to obtain tools that could be used to loosen bolts on a suspension
also revealed a plan, possibly using cargo trucks, to drive under
the belly of a passenger jet without causing suspicion and blow
also include the country's subway systems, according to other al Qaeda
detainees who have been cooperating with the feds.