A computer recovered from Osama bin Laden’s compound revealed that al Qaeda was working on a plan to attack the U.S. rail systems on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the FBI said Thursday. Officials stressed they had no indication that this had gone anywhere beyond the planning stages. To be on the safe side, the FBI warned local authorities to watch train tracks for missing “clips or spokes,” and “concrete blocks or tree limbs placed on tracks.” Intelligence officers are mining the trove of computers, discs, and hard drives found at the terrorist leader’s Pakistan compound in the raid that killed him.
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