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Thursday, April 7, 2005

Dossier of FOIA, Court Records on Mohammed Jamal Khalifa Deportation

UPDATE: Jamal Khalifa Killed: His Life-and-Death Secrets

In December 1994, U.S. officials arrested Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a brother-in-law of Osama bin Laden, in San Francisco, Calif. Although substantial evidence available to U.S. authorities at the time linked Khalifa to several ongoing terrorism investigations, he was deported to Jordan to face prosecution and subsequently acquitted. The documents linked below pertain to this unusual and very important case.

Related Story: U.S. Secretly Kept bin Laden Brother-in-Law In Custody

The following documents were obtained by INTELWIRE through the Freedom of Information Act and never-before-published court records purchased via Lexis-Nexis.

Khalifa Document Dossier (PDF, large)

Khalifa Document Dossier (PDF, small)

The following affidavit by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa was provided to INTELWIRE by Motley Rice, a law firm representing the survivors of September 11 victims in a civil suit.

Affadavit of Mohammed Jamal Khalifa


Views expressed on INTELWIRE are those of the author alone.



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INTELWIRE is a web site edited by J.M. Berger. a researcher, analyst and consultant covering extremism, with a special focus on extremist activities in the U.S. and extremist use of social media. He is a non-resident fellow with the Brookings Institution, Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World, and author of the critically acclaimed Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go to War in the Name of Islam, the only definitive history of the U.S. jihadist movement, and co-author of ISIS: The State of Terror with Jessica Stern.


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