A Denver man who is under investigation in a terrorism probe met with his attorney rather than attending the fourth day of FBI questioning, according to the Associated Press.
Najibullah Zazi, a 24 year old airport shuttle driver, is under investigation for a possible link to al-Qadia.
An intelligence official said that the Afghanistan native played a major role in an intended terrorist attack in New York City.
Zazi's attorney is denied rumors that her client is considering a plea that involves terror charges.
Zazi has spent 28 hours with federal investigators over the past three days, according to the New York Times.
The break makes sense according to spokeswoman Wendy S. Aellio, who said that Zazi's lawyer Arthur Folsom needs time to review the situation.