Sunday, March 08, 2015
On Jan. 9, 2009 Charlotte agents contacted the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, a Quantico, Va.,-based special forces unit created to respond to terrorist incidents and hostage situations such as aircraft hijackings. A meeting was scheduled in Charlotte for “finalizing operational plans” five days later. What happened to those plans is not publicly known. Subsequent entries in the heavily redacted documents make no mention of them. The last dated entry, on Feb. 17, 2009, said “an anonymous individual” had notified the National Counter-Terrorism Center that Khan had threatened a Sarasota, Fla., private investigator (Bill Warner) who’d played a role in shutting down a “jihadi website . . . owned by Samir Khan.”
Jan. 8, 2009 – The FBI elevates the Khan investigation to a higher priority after learning he’s been in contact with radical cleric Anwar al Awlaki, who was one of the FBI’s top terrorism targets. Awlaki was the first American to be placed on the CIA’s “kill or capture” list by the Obama administration.
Jan. 9, 2009 – A day later, Charlotte agents contact the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, a special forces unit created to respond to terrorist incidents and hostage situations such as aircraft hijackings, to assist in the Khan case. The so-called HRT team, based at Quantico, Va., is made up largely of former special operations personnel from the Army Delta Force and the Navy SEALs. Khan is not arrested.
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