US Men Linked to Mumbai Terrorist Attacks (Video)
David Coleman Headley is the son of a former Pakistani diplomat. He had vowed to “retaliate against India” in one of his e-mail messages intercepted by investigators.
From the video: The American Muslim Terrorist enjoyed a hotline connection with his Pakistani masters, not just the Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders but also the Pak army.
Islamic Terrorist David Coleman Headley’s Pak army connection exposed (13 Nov 2009)
The FBI is expanding its investigation in a Chicago terrorism case to determine whether a key suspect may have helped scout targets for last year’s massive coordinated attack in Mumbai, India that killed 166 people, according to U.S. law enforcement officials.
The Justice Department announced late last month that it had charged two Chicago-area men—David Coleman Headley, the son of a former Pakistani diplomat, and a childhood friend, Tahawwur Hussain Rana— for plotting to attack a Danish newspaper for publishing cartoons deemed offensive to the Prophet Mohammed.
But since then, the case has taken some dramatic turns that have attracted the interest of Indian Government investigators and transformed it into one of the most significant international terrorism cases that the FBI has brought since 9/11, the officials say.