by Adrian Levy & Cathy Scott Clark
Five years on, this is what we now know. A valued CIA proxy, who infiltrated the
Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), a banned Pakistani Islamist outfit, planned the Mumbai attacks in
which 166 people were killed, and more than 300 injured. David Headley, an American
citizen, conceived, scoped and ran supplies for the terrorist 'swarm' operation, so
called because several independent units simultaneously hit their enemy in multiple
locations, coming out of nowhere, multiplying fear and panic.
Headley selected Mumbai, India's commercial capital, as the theatre of operations while
acting as a 'prized counter-terrorism asset' for the United States, according to senior
officers in the Joint Terrorism Task Force, . . .
Adrian Levy and
Cathy Scott Clark write
for The Guardian.
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Fomented a Muslim Revolution," Antiwar.com, December 5, 2008
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'Death'," The Wisdom Fund, March 25, 2010