Rhodes, Fred
November 2004
Middle East;Nov2004, Issue 350, p64
The article focuses on investigations of a journalist related to September 11 terrorist attacks in 2004 in the U.S. An ominous black plume was billowing from the World Trade Centre in New York City, New York. A hijacked passenger jet had crashed into the north tower, tearing a gaping hole in the building and setting it afire. It reveals the inside story of the three-year long investigation that led to the arrest of the notorious terrorist suspect Abu Hamza. Neil Doyle's journey began in 1993, with an assignment to report on the first bombing of the World Trade Centre in New York. That experience led him to resolve, on the afternoon of 11 September 2001, to abandon his job as a news editor in favour of investigating terrorism full-time. It was a unique experiment and a dangerous gamble.


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