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Saudis Say Suspect's Wife Will Talk

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posted on Feb, 6 2003 @ 05:34 PM
(CBS) FBI officials will be permitted to interview in Saudi Arabia a terror suspect's wife, who is wanted for questioning about her husband's alleged links to al Qaeda, the Saudi Embassy says.

The Saudi government allowed the woman, who was under a federal grand jury subpoena related to the terrorism investigation, to leave the United States, enraging American investigators.

The report, first seen in The Washington Post on Wednesday, is the latest indication that some U.S. officials are disappointed with Saudi Arabia's cooperation in their drive to thwart terrorism.

The woman, Maha Hafeez Marri, is the wife of Ali S. Marri, a man who has been charged with lying to authorities investigating possible terrorist activity and is in federal custody.

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