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Pakistan's ISI suspected in terrorism plan
by Julian Isherwood
In a confidential Indian interrogation report, David Headley speaks of cooperation with individuals in the Pakistani Intelligence Service in planning an attack against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
A high ranking officer in the Pakistani Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) agency was involved in planning a major terrorist attack against the Danish Jyllands-Posten newspaper, according to David Headley, a Pakistani-American who has admitted planning the terrorist attack in Mumbai in India in 2008.
Headley, who is currently in prison in Chicago, has further admitted that when he was arrested in November 2008 he was planning a new attack – this time against the Jyllands-Posten newspaper as a result of its publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.
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