'Ex-soldiers trained the terrorists' says this report out of the Economic Times. Au contraire, says this report - it was a member of the Pakistani Navy. The plan was to kill 5000 and but for timing, Princess Eugenie could have been caught up in the massacre. Eugenie's terrorism near miss.
Meanwhile a fresh alert has been sounded. Deccan Mujahideen threatens Delhi in email.
About Mumbai? It looks like there may have been advanced warning... Intelligence warning of India's Mumbai Terrorist Attack was 'lost in the system'. They may have been lost in the system, but the Taj owner claims to have received notice of a possible attack. We were warned of a possible attack.
Intelligence warnings of an Islamic terror attack on Mumbai were 'lost in the system', it was revealed yesterday.
Nine days before terrorists arrived by boat to launch a three day assault on the Indian city, security services received information that it was to be targeted.
The intelligence even warned that the strike would come from the sea. In total, 172 people, including a British millionaire, died in last week's attacks. Almost 400 were injured.
Now it appears that the explosive-laden taxis were not meant to carry death to other parts of Mumbai, rather the terrorists wanted to eliminate any trail that might lead the investigators to them early on.