This is the gate of Faisal Shahzad's home in Mohib Banda village, near Peshawar, Pakistan, May 5, 2010. Shahzad's family - including his father, a retired Pakistani air force vice marshal - went into hiding after Shahzad was identified and charged attempting to detonate a large car bomb Saturday in New York's Times Square. (Saeed Shah/MCT)
This is the gate of Faisal Shahzad's home in Mohib Banda village, near Peshawar, Pakistan, May 5, 2010. Shahzad's family - including his father, a retired Pakistani air force vice marshal - went into hiding after Shahzad was identified and charged attempting to detonate a large car bomb Saturday in New York's Times Square. (Saeed Shah/MCT) MCT
This is the gate of Faisal Shahzad's home in Mohib Banda village, near Peshawar, Pakistan, May 5, 2010. Shahzad's family - including his father, a retired Pakistani air force vice marshal - went into hiding after Shahzad was identified and charged attempting to detonate a large car bomb Saturday in New York's Times Square. (Saeed Shah/MCT) MCT

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