Thursday, March 29, 2007


Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer's mysterious death took a new twist with a media report in London linking his murder to Dawood Ibrahim and al-Qaeda.

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The daily quoted sources claiming that the bookie, who had vanished after Woolmer's death on March 18, is an associate of Dawood Ibrahim, who is wanted over funding al-Qaeda and also for the 1993 Mumbai blasts.
The report quoted intelligence officials, who tour with the Indian cricket team, as saying that the bookie was seen at the World Cup in Jamaica with Dawood’s brother Anees Ibrahim.
Jamaican officials, however, said they were not told by the Pakistani cricketers about any such row between the coach and the bookie.
The report, however, claimed that two Pakistani players, in their statement to police, did mention about the furious bust-up.


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