Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Terrorists work for the security services?


"MOSCOW, March 24. (RIA Novosti)-Rizvan Chitigov, who was killed in the district center Shali in Chechnya on Wednesday and was the third most influential warlord after Shamil Basayev and Doku Umarov, had graduated from an elite U.S. subversion and reconnaissance school and had served on a contract basis in a U.S. Marine battalion, Kommersant reports. Marine dog tags indicating his name, and date and place of birth, were discovered on his body."


FORMER Qantas baggage handler and terror suspect Bilal Khazal was working for Australia's leading spy agency for more than a decade?

Mr Khazal, who is on bail awaiting committal for trial over terrorism-related offences, might still be an "ASIO asset", according to court documents.

In his bail hearing last June, NSW Supreme Court judge Greg James noted that Mr Khazal had co-operated with ASIO and the Australian Federal Police over a period of 11 or 12 years.

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