Evidence found of Iraq involvement in '93 WTC attack

Abdul Rahman Yasin indicted for mixing the chemicals for the explosives used in the blast, lived in Iraq and received other assistance.

"And we have learned subsequent to that, since we got into Baghdad and got into the intelligence files, that this individual probably also received financing from the Iraqi government, as well as safe haven," Vice President Cheney said.

"...The U.S. official said some Iraqi intelligence files indeed suggested support for Yasin after the 1993 bombing. But the official said it was too early to conclude what, if any, he received."


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