Jailed 1993 WTC terrorists send letters to AQ urging jihad, printed in Arabic newspapers

Creeping Sharia
reminds us we should keep in mind, the organizer of the Islam on Capitol Hill event represented some of the 1993 World Trade Center bombers.

Three terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center in 1993 have sent 90 letters exhorting holy war to overseas al-Qaeda units from the same prison in Colorado where shoe bomber Richard C. Reid is doing life, angering security experts who question why the feds have relaxed curbs on Reid’s access to the outside world.

The letters were brandished like trophies and printed in Arabic newspapers, said Debra Burlingame, a member of the board of directors for the National Sept. 11 Memorial Foundation. She noted that some of those letters went to terrorists associated with the 2004 Madrid train bombings, known as the Spanish 9/11.

The Sunday Herald reported yesterday that earlier this summer, the Obama administration quietly dropped tough restrictions on Reid, who tried to blow up a Paris to Miami flight in December 2001 by igniting a bomb in his shoe. The Justice Department refused to say why the special administrative measures were lifted in the wake of a lawsuit filed by Reid challenging them.

Reid, who is still heavily monitored in prison, has refused to cooperate with efforts to uncover the al-Qaeda network that set his shoe bomb plot in motion. Security experts told the Herald that given the ongoing nature of al-Qaeda terror plots, Reid should not be allowed to expand the orbit in which he communicates.

Source: Boston Herald

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