ISI trained Headley in surveillance tactics before 26/11

UPDATED ON MAY 27, 2011 10:24 PM IST
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Pakistan's spy agency ISI gave Mumbai attacks accused David Coleman Headley special coaching in surveillance tactics before 26/11. The training was given by Major Iqbal, Headley's ISI handler, on the streets and in a two-storey safe house in Lahore near the airport, the 50-year-old said before a Chicago court. Headley told the court that when he met Major Iqbal in 2006, he was told Lashkar's training was "very elementary" and "not very good". So Major Iqbal, who was identified by Headley as Chaudhery Khan, decided to personally coach him.


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