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He doesn’t remember any kind of outcome or anything. They gave the information, gave what they had, to the FBI.

Bristow added the department does not have a file regarding the incident or the interview.

In its own write-up of April 2002, the FBI connected the Dumpster incident with the Saudi family living in Prestancia, the daughter and son-in-law of Saudi businessman Esam Ghazzawi.

The document does not, however, mention Ghazzawi or his son-in-law, Abdulaziz Al-Hijji, by name. Ghazzawi, who maintained close ties to the Saudi royal family, owned the Prestancia home, records show. Al-Hijji attended the University of South Florida in Tampa while he and his wife and children lived in the home.

The FBI’s report refers only to a successful international businessman _____ and his family who resided in a $530,000 home in an affluent section of Sarasota Florida.

The special agent who wrote the report mentions the Al-Hijjis left behind valuable items, clothing, jewelry and food in a manner that indicated they left unexpectedly, without prior preparation and permanently.

But the Dumpster incident sheds new light on what may have been a larger terror cell than previously believed in Southwest Florida.

After the interview, closer examination revealed that the items discarded included a self-printed manual on terrorism and jihad, a map of the inside (sic) an unnamed airport, a rudimentary last will and testament, a weight to fuel ratio calculation for a Cessna 172 Aircraft, flight training information from the Flight Training Center in Venice, Florida, and printed maps of Publix Shopping Centers in Tampa Bay.

Three entire paragraphs following that disclosure are blank because the agency contends they contain national security information. The subject interviewed also is not named.

The report goes on to disclose a narrative about an individual who in November 2001, _____ visited the United States for the first time. He traveled to Sarasota, opened a bank account and made initial queries into the purchase of property in south central Florida.
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