Plans for al-Qaida attacks found encoded in skin flick5/1/2012
When security agents investigated the contents of watch-listed traveler Maqsood Lodin's underwear (no, really), they discovered a memory card with a skin flick called "Kick Ass" on it, as well as a file called "Sexy Tanja." But after what CNN characterized as "several weeks of laborious efforts" by German cryptologists, they discovered that the X-rated movies were encoded with a kick-assload of al-Qaida documents, including training manuals and a missive called "Future Works" that detailed future plots involving the hijacking of cruise ships and copycatting the 2008 Mumbai attacks. "[The document] specifically says that...they have to come up with new ways and better plotting," investigative journalist Yassin Musharbash said. Lodin is currently on trial in Berlin.
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