The New York Times
November 18, 2009
[efoods]Investigators here are retracing the steps of two men arrested in Chicago by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to see if they helped plan the attacks here that killed more than 160 people in November 2008.
Officials in Mumbai said that the two suspects, David Coleman Headley, an American with links of Pakistan, and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, who was born in Pakistan but is a Canadian citizen, both visited Mumbai and several other Indian cities in before the attacks, and may have visited some of the sites that were attacked.
“It seems like there is some connection” between the attacks and the two men’s repeated visits to India, Ashok Chavan, the chief minister of Maharashtra State, said in an interview. “But the link has to be established.”