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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 November 2001 June 25, 2002 Why EITs Did Not Lead to Usama bin Ladin double click to change this title text! March 2002 The same phone number is found in KSMs phone book under "Abu Ahmad K." April 2002 A phone number associated with Abu Ahmad al-Kuwaiti (AAK) is under surveillance by the U.S. 4 detainees in foreign custody provide information on AAKs age, physical appearance, and family. CIA receives part of AAKs true name from a foreign government. Riyadh the Facilitator, while in the custody of a foreign government, saysAAK may be bin Ladin's courier. Abu Zubair, in foreign government custody, says AAK "was one of a few close associates of Usama bin Ladin." March - September 2003 Ammar al-Baluchi, while undergoing EITs admits to fabricating information and states that there were rumors that AAK was a courier for UBL. Later, Ammar retracts this statement and states AAK was never a courier. Abu Zubaydah, ten months after the end of EITs, states that he does not know AAK. KSM states AAK was not a courier and that he has never heard of AAK transporting letters to UBL. February - September 2009 Voice samples from 2001-2002 SIGINT are compared to other voice samples which led the IC to assess AAK was located in a specific area in Pakistan. Abu Ahmad was then located and tracked to the UBL compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Mid 2002 August 2002 May 2003 Before being subjected to EITs, Hasan Ghul is questioned and sings "like a tweetie bird. He reveals that AAK was UBLs closest assistant, that UBL probably lives in a house with a family in Pakistan, that UBL would have minimal security, and that AAK would handle all of UBLs needs. The day after this reportingis provided to CIA HQ, CIA transfers Ghul to BLACK and immediately subjects Ghul to EITs. August 2005 CIA obtains SIGINT linking AAK with UBL's family January2004 July 7, 2003 For more information #ReadTheReport pages 378 to 400. After and during EITs, KSM provides conflicting, incomplete, and inaccurate information about a facilitator who he calls "Abu Ahmad al-Baluchi." Months later when confronted with reporting from a detainee in foreign custody, KSM acknowledges knowing AAK but states AAK worked with low-levelal-Qa'ida members.
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