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Exclusive: Documents found near bomb suspect's former Shelton home

• CT Post
SHELTON -- Faisal Shahzad's Pakistani passport, tax documents, greeting cards, academic records and immigration documents were found abandoned outside a Shelton home once owned by the man charged in the attempted Times Square car bombing. The documents, mainly from 2000 and 2001, were found Tuesday morning by a Connecticut Post reporter outside the house at 119 Long Hill Ave. where the 30-year-old Shahzad lived until about a year ago. The house is vacant and up for sale. Police earlier had searched the property, according to neighbors.

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Comment by Chip Saunders
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This seems awfully convenient.


So he get's on a plane to flee back into the arms of the Taliban, Al Quieda or whatever,...but he leaves his Pakistani passport in a public garbage bin to be found by anyone? That document could be useful, even if he didn't use it to leave the country. It would assist him once he got into islamic lands.


This all strikes me as too Lee Harvey Oswaldish. 

Comment by Keith Cyrnek
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Shite, I thought the Fed were trying to somehow tie our Shelton into this. 

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