WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Some members of a group of Canadians arrested on terror-related offenses may have been in contact with two U.S. suspects now in custody who were based in Georgia, the FBI said on Saturday.
“There is preliminary indication that some of the Canadian subjects may have had limited contact with the two people recently arrested from Georgia,” said FBI spokesman Richard Kolko in an e-mail.
Sadequee and Ahmed traveled to Canada on March 13, 2005, to meet with Islamic extremists, according to a U.S. Justice Department statement.
This, of course, is not the first time Sadequee and Ahmed have appeared in news items at Jihad Watch.
The two “stayed with an individual with whom they were conspiring concerning travel to terrorist camps, and met with three subjects of an FBI international terrorism investigation and discussed strategic locations in the United States suitable for a
possible terrorist strike,” the statement said, citing the complaint against Sadequee.