January 9, 2013 (WASHINGTON) – The United States had intelligence suggesting that four men sentenced to death over the 2008 assassination of a USAID employee in Sudan in were assisted in their escape by officials inside the maximum-security prison they were kept in, a former U.S. official said.
The four convicts whose names were Mohamed Makkawi, Abdel-Basit Haj al-Hassan, Mohannad Osman Youssef, Abdel-Ra’uf Abu-Zaid Mohamed Hamza and Murad Abdel-Rahman Abdullah appeared on a YouTube video (...)
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