Our Missiles Won’t Crush This Terrorist
By Frank Smyth, August 23, 1998, Newsday

At least one suspect in the two U.S. embassy bombings on Aug. 7 has reportedly implicated a wealthy Saudi, Osama bin Laden. Finally U.S. prosecutors might now have a chance to indict bin Laden, who was linked to but never charged…

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One Man’s Private Jihad
By Frank Smyth & Jason Vest, August 18, 1998, The Village Voice

He became a potentially hostile blip on the U.S. intelligence radar screen as early as 1991, when he arrived in Sudan. He said he had come to build roads, but according to a former Sudanese intelligence agent who spoke on the condition of anonymity…

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