Western intelligence agencies regard al-Libbi as commander of the terror network’s day-to-day operations, and the one who runs its terror cells abroad, including recruits in Britain. British intelligence agents will be allowed to question al-Libbi.Interesting that al-Libbi attained such seniority at such a young age. Now the issue is to crack the SOB and get on to bin Laden.
Al-Libbi, 28, is also believed to be among the handful of al-Qaeda operatives likely to know the whereabouts of bin Laden.
Pakistani intelligence chiefs and CIA agents said to have taken part in his capture were angry that word of his arrest leaked out before they had a chance to move against others in the group.
times of london