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FBI Director Robert Mueller gestures during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington on Sept. 17, to discuss the investigation of the terrorist attacks. (Joe Marquette/AP Photo)
Names and Faces
The Justice Department Links Names and Faces to Terror Attacks
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— As the FBI and other investigative agencies probe the terrorist attacks on America, the Department of Justice has identified dozens of people as suspects, material witnesses, or people they want to talk to. Here are some:


 
Fayez Ahmed — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 175, which crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center. The address on his pilot's license was for a flight school in Tulsa, Okla.., but the school has no record of Ahmed?s attendance.

Ahmed Alghamdi — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 175, which crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

Hamza Alghamdi — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 175, which crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

Saeed Alghamdi — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 93, originally bound for San Francisco from Newark International Airport. It crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa.

Mohald Alshehri — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 175, which crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

Moataz al-Hallak — A known associate of Osama bin Laden last seen in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 10. FBI has asked law enforcement nationwide to look for him. Prosecutors say he helped purchase a jet for bin Laden.

Nawaq Alhamzi — One of the hijackers on board American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon. He and another terrorist on the same flight, Khalid Al-Midhar, attended flight school in San Diego last year.

Salem Alhamzi — One of the hijackers on the American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon.

Ahmed Alhaznawi — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa.

Khalid Al-Midhar — One of the hijackers aboard the American Airlines flight that crashed into the Pentagon. He was observed in a surveillance tape in January 2000 meeting with a group in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, that included people suspected of links to the bombing of the USS Cole.

Ahmed Alnami — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa.

Abdulrahman Alomari — According to reports, Alomari arrived in Florida in July 2000 and told a neighbor he was a commercial pilot from Saudi Arabia in Vero Beach to attend Flight Safety Academy. Alomari, the neighbor said, told him he was moving back home by the end of August but didn?t actually move out until Sept. 3. Alomari was aboard American Airlines Flight 11.

Marwan Alshehri — Suspected terrorist who allegedly trained at Huffman Aviation in Venice, Fla., and may have piloted United Airlines Flight 175 when it crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

Wail Alshehri — One of the hijackers on American Airlines Flight 11, which crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

Waleed Alshehri — Marwan Alsheri?s brother, listed as a passenger on the American Airlines flight that left Boston and crashed into the World Trade Center. Waleed Alshehri graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical science. He was listed as having a commercial pilot's license.

Satam Al Suqami — A Saudi national on American Airlines Flight 11, whose passport was recovered in the rubble. The address on his Florida driver?s license is the same as one found on Wail Alshehri, another hijacker on American Airlines Flight 11.

Mohamed Atta — Egyptian national believed to be one of the hijackers who commandeered American Airlines Flight 11. Atta and another man, Marwan Alshehri, may have trained at Huffman Aviation flight school in Venice, Fla., for at least a year before the attack.

Mohammed Jaweed Azmath — The 47-year-old is one of two material witnesses detained on an Amtrak train by immigration officials in Texas on the day of the attack. Azmath, along with Ayub Ali Khan, was found with more than $20,000 in cash and box -cutter knives — the same type of weapon used by hijackers to commandeer the airplanes. Both have been arrested as ?material witnesses? to the attack.

Hani Hanjour — One of the hijackers on the American Airline Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon. Hanjour may have taken flight lessons from a school in Scottsdale, Az., several years ago.

Ziad Jarrahi — One of the hijackers on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed outside of Shanksville, Pa. Jarrahi was listed as having a valid pilot?s license.

Amer Kamfar — Age 41, he was licensed as a flight engineer to fly turbojets and listed a Saudi Airlines post office box as his address in Federal Aviation Administration records. A neighbor reportedly said he wore a pilot's uniform similar to those worn at Flight Safety Academy, which trains commercial jet crews in Florida.

Ayub Ali Khan — Age 51, he is one of two material witnesses detained on an Amtrak train by immigration officials in Texas on the day of the attack. Kahn, along with Mohammed Jaweed Azmath, was found with more than $20,000 in cash and box -cutter knives — the same type of weapon used by hijackers to commandeer the airplanes. Both have been arrested as ?material witnesses? to the attack.

Majed Moqed — One of the hijackers aboard the American Airlines flight that crashed into the Pentagon. He reportedly bought his ticket for the flight at Baltimore Washington International airport using the same frequent flier number as Khalid Al-Midhar.

Habib Zacarias Moussaoui — A suspected member of Osama bin Laden?s al Qaeda organization. A Minnesota flight school tipped off investigators last month that Mousssaoui was interested only in learning how to fly a jet in a "horizontal position,? not landing or taking off. He was detained on Aug. 17 in Minnesota on immigration violations but has been served a ?material witness warrant? by the Justice Department.

Unidentified Suspects — In Hamburg, Germany, police arrested two men linked to the suspects in the hijacking. The first, a Moroccan man, was an airport employee who had a false Egyptian passport, authorities said. The second man was found hiding in a basement as police were raiding another apartment. German authorities have investigated the Hamburg Technical College, where Atta and Alshehri were enrolled for a time.

 
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