October 9th, 2012
01:24 AM ET

The Danish biker and the trail that led to al Qaeda's most wanted

By Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister

A 36-year-old Dane called Morten Storm says he was the man who led the CIA to Anwar al Awlaki, the al Qaeda cleric killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen last year. And he says he did it with a computer thumb-drive that secretly contained a tracking device.

Among the evidence he's produced: recorded telephone conversations, passport stamps showing multiple trips to Yemen, correspondence with Awlaki, and a recording of a conversation with an unidentified American – who acknowledges his role in the pursuit of Awlaki.

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  2. George Patton

    I bet that this clown Morten Storm is going to be treated like a national hero and spend the rest of his life living like a king after what he purportedly did and the American public, as expected, will eat it up!!! I expect that we'll go on hearing about this for the next few days and all this over the murder of one man, too!!!

    October 9, 2012 at 7:49 am | Reply

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