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Mumbai massacre terrorist tells court of second scheme to hit Danish newspaper
by Colin Freeze
Not long after his schemes led to the deaths of more than 160 people in Mumbai in 2008, David Headley had a dream.
It was early 2009 and he envisioned the Prophet Mohammed's tomb, with his own final resting place "not next to the prophet's grave itself, but a little distance away."
Mr. Headley, now 50, concluded that his vision meant great heavenly rewards awaited him – if he were successful in a new attack. The plan?
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