Abu Faraj al-Libi, now being held at Guantanamo, told U.S. interrogators the name of a person who U.S. officials called Osama bin Laden's most trusted courier, according to a secret intelligence assessment. Al Libi was the No. 3 commander of al Qaida when he was captured by Pakistani troops on May 2, 2005. He was in CIA custody until September, 2006, when he was delivered to Guantanamo.
Abu Faraj al-Libi, now being held at Guantanamo, told U.S. interrogators the name of a person who U.S. officials called Osama bin Laden's most trusted courier, according to a secret intelligence assessment. Al Libi was the No. 3 commander of al Qaida when he was captured by Pakistani troops on May 2, 2005. He was in CIA custody until September, 2006, when he was delivered to Guantanamo.
Abu Faraj al-Libi, now being held at Guantanamo, told U.S. interrogators the name of a person who U.S. officials called Osama bin Laden's most trusted courier, according to a secret intelligence assessment. Al Libi was the No. 3 commander of al Qaida when he was captured by Pakistani troops on May 2, 2005. He was in CIA custody until September, 2006, when he was delivered to Guantanamo.

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