The FBI arrested three men Saturday night on charges that they lied to federal agents during an investigation of a suspected terror plot. Agents arrested Najibullah Zazi, a 24-year-old airport shuttle driver, who appears to be the head of the alleged plot, as well as Zazi's father, Mohammed Zazi.
The two were charged with "knowingly and willfully making false statements to the FBI in a matter involving international and domestic terrorism" during several days of questioning, according to a federal complaint. Los Angeles Times
Along with Najibullah and Mohammed, agents arrested Ahmad Afzalia, the leader of a Queens mosque, whom authorites claim had be a New York informant to the police, until the connection went bad and he tipped off Zazi and his father.
"In affidavits filed in connection with the arrests, agents say they discovered nine pages of handwritten notes in Zazi's computer with details on how to make a homemade bomb." ABC News
Under current custody, the gentlemen would make no further comment.