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Musaad Aruchi

Musaad Aruchi was a Pakistani courier who worked in connection with al Qaeda, before his capture in April 2004. Some of his files, secured when he was captured, led to the capture of Muhammad Naeem Noor Khan, who was later released without charge.[1][2]

It was later determined that Aruchi was the nephew of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed,[3] and not a "senior member of the al Qaeda leadership" as previously reported.[2]

Human Rights Watch lists Aruchi as one of detainees in CIA custody.[4]

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References

  1. ^ Hasan, Syed Shoaib (21 August 2007). "'"Pakistan's 'extraordinary prisoner.  
  2. ^ a b  
  3. ^ "Pakistan arrests five Qaeda, militant suspects".  
  4. ^ "List of 'Ghost Prisoners' Possibly in CIA Custody".  


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