Mumbai terror suspect's taped voice comes to life
NEW DELHI (AP) -- Indian police investigating Mumbai's deadly 2008 terrorist attack had repeatedly listened to cell phone intercepts containing chilling words from one of the men guiding 10 terrorists through the gun-blazing rampage.
They believe they finally have found the man behind the disembodied voice. Officials close to the investigation tell The Associated Press they arrested their suspect last month after determining he was hiding in Saudi Arabia.
The investigators say Indian citizen Syed Zabiuddin Ansari was among operatives giving orders by the minute to the attackers or directing them on their cell phones as the gunmen killed 166 people in India's financial capital.
He was arrested after Saudi Arabia agreed to hand him to Indian officials and put him on a flight back home.
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