Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Details Emerge in British Terror Case - New York Times

While investigators found evidence on a computer memory stick indicating that one of the men had looked up airline schedules for flights from London to cities in the United States, the suspects had neither made reservations nor purchased plane tickets, a British official said.
Attempting to justify early arrests in a plot to bring down airlines, some people have been leaking like a sieve in the UK. The NYT has the big story on the evidence they do have. About as big a story is that this article is blocked for online visitors from the UK by the Times using geo-targeting ad technology. Boing Boing points out that there are work-arounds if UK visitors want to see the story. The UK Guardian has the story on the blocking.

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