U.S. Terror Mastermind Relied on E-Mails to Communicate With Followers
U.S.-born terror boss Anwar al Awlaki , who was killed by an American drone in Yemen last September, communicated with his followers using encryption and code words on more than 60 e-mail addresses while under FBI watch, FOX News revealed, following a five-month investigation that will be aired on the news channel at 10 p.m. tonight.
Some e-mails went to accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan, Fox News reported.
“FOX Files: The Enemy Within” features interviews and firsthand accounts of the November 2009 Fort Hood Massacre that left 13 people dead and at least 43 injured.
A Senate committee investigating the Food Hood massacre accused the FBI for failing to act as an “effective interagency information sharing and operation coordination mechanism,” FOX reported.
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