The Making of the FBI's 'Most Dangerous'

Burger, Timothy J.; Novak, Viveca; Weisskopf, Michael; Padgett, Tim
April 2003
Time;4/7/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 14, p71
Discusses the addition of Adnan G. el-Shukrijumah to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's most wanted list. Comments from a justice department official about the number of al-Qaeda suspects in custody who identified el-Shukrijumah as dangerous; Brief background of el-Shukrijumah including training at al-Qaeda camp.


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