Threat to NYC financial buildingsThreat Information
Part of US financial buildings on orange alert
|Location||Citigroup Center, 601 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York, United States1|
|Location||New York Stock Exchange, 11 Wall Street, New York, New York, United States1|
|Connected||Khalid Shaikh Mohammed2, Dhiren Barot3, Nadeem Tarmohamed3, Qaisar Shaffi3|
|Narrative and Notes|
|Reliable||Several detainees, including Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, said an operative had cased financial buildings along the American East Coast. This had taken place before the Sept. 11 attacks.|
The operative, Dhiren Barot, and two accomplices, Nadeem Tarmohamed and Qaisar Shaffi, conducted the surveillance.
The realization led to an alert on Aug. 1, 2004, which was later criticized because the casing had taken place some time ago.
Barot was detained in the United Kingdom in 2004.1,2,3
|1Eggen, Dan, and John Mintz. 'Washington and NY Put on Alert.' The Washington Post: Aug. 2, 2004.|
|2'Summary of The High Value Terrorist Detainee Program,' press release, Director of National Intelligence, Sept. 6, 2006.|
|3United States vs. Dhiran Barot et. al. indictment.|
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