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Appendix D: Extraditions and Renditions of Terrorists to the United States


Patterns of Global Terrorism
Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism
May 21, 2002
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Extraditions and Renditions of Terrorists to the United States, 1993-2001 

Date

Name

Extradition or Rendition From

March 1993

Mahmoud Abu Halima
(February 1993 World Trade Center
bombing)

Extradition

*

July 1993

Mohammed Ali Rezaq
(November 1985 hijacking of Egyptair 648)

Rendition

Nigeria

February 1995

Ramzi Ahmed Yousef
(January 1995 Far East bomb plot,
February 1993 World Trade Center
bombing)

Extradition

Pakistan

April 1995

Abdul Hakim Murad
(January 1995 Far East bomb plot)

Rendition

Philippines

August 1995

Eyad Mahmoud Ismail Najim
(February 1993 World Trade Center
bombing)

Extradition

Jordan

December 1995

Wali Khan Amin Shah
(January 1995 Far East bomb plot)

Rendition

*

September 1996

Tsutomu Shirosaki
(May 1986 attack on US Embassy, Jakarta)

Rendition

*

June 1997

Mir Aimal Kansi
(January 1993 shooting outside CIA
headquarters)

Rendition

*

June 1998

Mohammed Rashid
(August 1982 Pan Am bombing)

Rendition

*

August 1998

Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali
(August 1998 US Embassy bombing in Kenya)

Rendition

Kenya

August 1998

Mohamed Sadeek Odeh
(August 1998 US Embassy bombing in Kenya)

Rendition

Kenya

December 1998

Mamdouh Mahmud Salim
(August 1998 East Africa bombings)

Extradition

Germany

October 1999

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed
(August 1998 US Embassy bombing in Tanzania)

Rendition

South Africa

September 2001

Zayd Hassan Abd al-Latif Masud al-Safarini
(1986 hijacking of PanAm 73 in Karachi, Pakistan)

Rendition

*

* Country not disclosed



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