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Sajid Mir

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ISI

Background Information

Employment History

Military Chief

Lashkar-e-Taiba

Affiliations

One-Time Secretary
Lakhvi

Web References (133 Total References)


Because of his role, ...

www.ndtv.com [cached]

Because of his role, Shah, together with another young Lashkar chief named Sajid Mir, became an intelligence target for the British, Indians and Americans.

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In 2007, a French court convicted in absentia the ringleader, Mir. He remained at large in Pakistan under ISI protection, investigators say.
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The lead conspirators were alleged to be Mir and Lakhvi, according to interviews and Indian court files, with Shah acting as a technical wingman, running the communications and setting up the hardware.
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Videos, maps and reconnaissance reports had been supplied to Mir by Headley, the Pakistani-American who scouted targets.
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It was from this room that Mir, Shah and others would issue minute-by-minute instructions to the assault team once the attacks began. On Nov. 25, Abu Jundal tested the VoIP software on four laptops spread out on four small tables facing a pair of televisions as the plotters, including Mir, Shah and Lakhvi, waited for the killings to begin.
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Although Pakistan denies any role in the attacks, it has failed to charge an ISI officer and Mir, who were indicted by U.S. prosecutors.


Because of his role, ...

www.ndtv.com [cached]

Because of his role, Shah, together with another young Lashkar chief named Sajid Mir, became an intelligence target for the British, Indians and Americans.

...
In 2007, a French court convicted in absentia the ringleader, Mir. He remained at large in Pakistan under ISI protection, investigators say.
...
The lead conspirators were alleged to be Mir and Lakhvi, according to interviews and Indian court files, with Shah acting as a technical wingman, running the communications and setting up the hardware.
...
Videos, maps and reconnaissance reports had been supplied to Mir by Headley, the Pakistani-American who scouted targets.
...
It was from this room that Mir, Shah and others would issue minute-by-minute instructions to the assault team once the attacks began. On Nov. 25, Abu Jundal tested the VoIP software on four laptops spread out on four small tables facing a pair of televisions as the plotters, including Mir, Shah and Lakhvi, waited for the killings to begin.
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Although Pakistan denies any role in the attacks, it has failed to charge an ISI officer and Mir, who were indicted by U.S. prosecutors.


The suspects targeted include Sajid ...

www.salon.com [cached]

The suspects targeted include Sajid Mir, who was indicted by U.S. prosecutors last year for allegedly working with Pakistan's spy agency to direct the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai that killed 166 people, including six Americans.

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The most embarrassing allegations for Pakistan focus on Mir. He has been a target of Western and Indian law enforcement for more than a decade and technically been a fugitive even before late 2008, when Indian phone wiretaps broadcast worldwide caught him directing the slaughter by 10 gunmen in Mumbai from a command post in Karachi.
The U.S. government indicted Mir, two other chiefs and an ISI major last year. In 2007, a French court convicted Mir in absentia on charges of leading American, British, French and Australian recruits in a bomb plot and weapons procurement.
Yet, law enforcement officials complain that Mir, allegedly a close associate of the ISI, engages in open extremist activity from his home in Lahore. And the Treasury statement reinforces those allegations. As of 2010, the statement says, Mir was responsible for the security of Zaki ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a Lashkar military chief jailed in early 2009 for the Mumbai attacks.
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Headley told interrogators after his arrest in late 2009 that Mir had visited the jailed Lakhvi, a sign that Mir enjoys high-level protection, according to an interrogation report by India's National Investigation Agency as well as ProPublica interviews with U.S. and Indian counterterror officials.
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As of last year, Mir also continued to recruit militants, lead Lashkar external operations and direct terror plots, the Treasury statement says.


U.S. Government Pressures Pakistan on Mumbai Terror Group — The International

www.theinternational.org [cached]

The suspects targeted include Sajid Mir, who was indicted by U.S. prosecutors last year for allegedly working with Pakistan's spy agency to direct the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai that killed 166 people, including six Americans.

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The most embarrassing allegations for Pakistan focus on Mir. He has been a target of Western and Indian law enforcement for more than a decade and technically been a fugitive even before late 2008, when Indian phone wiretaps broadcast worldwide caught him directing the slaughter by 10 gunmen in Mumbai from a command post in Karachi.
The U.S. government indicted Mir, two other chiefs and an ISI major last year. In 2007, a French court convicted Mir in absentia on charges of leading American, British, French and Australian recruits in a bomb plot and weapons procurement.
Yet, law enforcement officials complain that Mir, allegedly a close associate of the ISI, engages in open extremist activity from his home in Lahore. And the Treasury statement reinforces those allegations. As of 2010, the statement says, Mir was responsible for the security of Zaki ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a Lashkar military chief jailed in early 2009 for the Mumbai attacks.
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Headley told interrogators after his arrest in late 2009 that Mir had visited the jailed Lakhvi, a sign that Mir enjoys high-level protection, according to an interrogation report by India's National Investigation Agency as well as ProPublica interviews with U.S. and Indian counterterror officials.
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"If this allegation about Sajid Mir is true, that means there is some kind of access in which he is allowed to have responsibility for the protection of Lakhvi.
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As of last year, Mir also continued to recruit militants, lead Lashkar external operations and direct terror plots, the Treasury statement says.


Last year, U.S. prosecutors indicted ...

www.wall-street.com [cached]

Last year, U.S. prosecutors indicted midlevel Lashkar chief Sajid Mir, an ISI officer named Major Iqbal and two other accused plotters.

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Pakistani authorities have also refused to arrest Mir, Major Iqbal and other suspects despite abundant evidence against them.

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