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Tapes Show F.B.I. Agreed To Return Timer for Bomb
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
As a second bombing plot took shape months after the blast at the World Trade Center, nervous Federal agents agreed to slip a timer for a new bomb back into the garage where it was to be built, according to tape recordings made by an informer. The informer, Emad A. Salem, had insisted on procuring the timer so as not to expose himself to the group of Muslim extremists he had infiltrated. But in a near-comic charade, F.B.I. agents stole the device because they feared that it might end up being used in an explosion, the transcripts show.

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Times Select Content Nitroglycerin and Shoe at Center of Blast Trial Testimony
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN
With a tale of a shoe stained with sulfuric acid and some speculation about frozen nitroglycerin, an F.B.I. forensic chemist resumed his testimony in the World Trade Center bombing trial yesterday. The chemist, Steven Burmeister, was continuing testimony from last week, in which he identified objects found in various places associated with the defendants in the case and told the jury the results of F.B.I. laboratory analyses on them. Most of the objects involved substances that can be used in the manufacture of explosives.

January 25, 1994 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Testimony in Bomb Case Links Loose Ends
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN
Six weeks ago, prosecutors in the World Trade Center trial brought out testimony about a man who wore a checked lumberjack shirt and was often seen using a pay telephone at the corner of Pamrapo Avenue and Old Bergen Road in Jersey City. Then that pay phone was dropped, left dangling like an exposed wire — until yesterday when, in its typically methodical fashion, the prosecutors attached it to the overall case. The nearly forgotten telephone came up as prosecutors questioned an F.B.I. witness, Michael Patkus, who spent an entire afternoon on the stand going over two thick volumes of analyses of telephone calls placed to and from addresses where the various defendants in the case lived in the months when the bomb attack was presumably being planned.

January 19, 1994 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Blast Trial Witnesses Give Inventory of Search Items
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN
There was a heavy brown shirt and a pair of faded jeans, some six-volt lantern bulbs and an automobile tire; there were bottles of acid, New York City subway maps, plastic tubing, surgical masks, a telephone directory and a booklet from the Spy Emporium titled “Surveillance Transmitters and Receivers.” The prosecution in the World Trade Center case yesterday continued the long and tedious task of presenting the various pieces of evidence seized during the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s searches of apartments used by some of the defendants in the bombing trial, and of a storage locker where, the Government maintains, the chemicals used to make the explosive were kept.

January 12, 1994 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Blast Jury Sees Defendant’s Items, in Detail
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN
In the wake of the World Trade Center bombing, F.B.I. agents mounted searches of two apartments in Jersey City where one suspect, Mohammed A. Salameh, lived at different times in the months before the explosion took place. Yesterday, as the trial of Mr. Salameh and three other defendants accused of the bombing entered its 17th week, agents took the stand to show the jury what they found. It was a diverse and sometimes puzzling haul of evidence, the exact meaning of which might have to await the lawyers’ summations, when courtroom procedure will allow the prosecutors to give their theory as to how each piece of evidence fits into the larger pattern.

January 11, 1994 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content F.B.I. Chief Suspended for Interview on Bombing Case
By MARY B. W. TABOR
The New York F.B.I. chief, who supervised the World Trade Center bombing investigation, has been suspended from his duties after Government lawyers complained that he had talked about the bombing case during a television interview. James M. Fox, the assistant director in charge of the New York office, was suspended on Dec. 10, less than a month before his retirement, by F.B.I. director Louis J. Freeh. The disciplinary action was for comments on the Dec. 4 broadcast of “11 News Close-Up” on New York television station WPIX, F.B.I. officials said.

December 22, 1993 New York and Region Biography
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Times Select Content Blast Prosecutors Play Tape of Defendant Seeking Refund
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN
The prosecution in the World Trade Center bombing trial played a tape recording yesterday of a conversation between an undercover F.B.I. agent and the lead defendant in the case, Mohammed A. Salameh, that, Mr. Salameh’s defense lawyers are expected to argue, indicates the innocence of their client. The conversation took place on March 4 at a Ryder rental agency in Jersey City, only minutes before Mr. Salameh was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Several days earlier, on Feb. 25, Mr. Salameh had rented a van from the agency. This, investigators have testified, was the yellow Ryder rental van whose twisted pieces were found in the rubble of the Feb. 26 trade center explosion.

December 16, 1993 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Tapes Show F.B.I. Agreed To Return Timer for Bomb
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
As a second bombing plot took shape months after the blast at the World Trade Center, nervous Federal agents agreed to slip a timer for a new bomb back into the garage where it was to be built, according to tape recordings made by an informer. The informer, Emad A. Salem, had insisted on procuring the timer so as not to expose himself to the group of Muslim extremists he had infiltrated. But in a near-comic charade, F.B.I. agents stole the device because they feared that it might end up being used in an explosion, the transcripts show.

November 8, 1993 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Bombing Defendant Had Been in Egypt, F.B.I. Was Told
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
The man accused of renting the yellow Ryder van and collecting explosives for bombing the World Trade Center was in Egypt “on a mission” five months before the attack, a Government informer told the F.B.I. shortly after the bombing. The informer said that the defendant, Mohammed A. Salameh, was detained by Egyptian security forces investigating his links to a radical Islamic preacher. The account from the informer, Emad A. Salem, could not be confirmed yesterday, although one investigator said he was familiar with the information and regarded it as significant.

November 2, 1993 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Bomb Informer’s Tapes Give Rare Glimpse of F.B.I. Dealings
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN WITH RALPH BLUMENTHAL
It is shortly after a bomb has blown a hole five stories deep at the World Trade Center and an F.B.I. agent is talking to Emad A. Salem, the former Egyptian army officer who is the bureau’s secret source of information, its most valuable undercover operative. But rather than talk about the conspiracy, about who was involved in it and how it was done, Mr. Salem’s concerns are more mundane, involving unpaid parking tickets, the tolls he pays as he travels between New York and New Jersey, the expenses of using his own car to carry out his informer’s duties.

October 31, 1993 New York and Region News
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Times Select Content Plot Warning Is Reviewed By the F.B.I.
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reviewing the allegations of an informer who said after the World Trade Center explosion that he had warned law-enforcement agents of a plot to build a bomb, and that if they had worked with him, they would have prevented the blast, officials said. But some officials disputed important parts of the informant’s account yesterday, saying that conversations with him took place half a year before the attack on the trade center, and months before the bomb was actually built.

October 29, 1993 New York and Region News
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