Did the NYPD screw up the Najibullah Zazi bust for the FBI?
After pleading guilty, he's deported to Saudi Arabia.
Feds say he met with one of the would-be suicide bombers.
'Journal' says Port Authority was tipped off, but still waved would-be subway bomber across bridge.
That's what Ahmad Wais Afzali, who was convicted of lying to police and informing would-be terrorist Najibullah Zazi that he was being monitored, had to say about his role in the foiled Queens terror plot.
The goal was to detonate two suicide bombs during rush hour.
The two men will appear in court Thursday.
Former Queens resident characterizes plot as "martyrdom operation."
After providing key information to the feds, of course.
Adis Medunjanin has been charged alongside his former high-school friend.
Two men were apprehended, even though one tried to make an escape.
It was pretty much a last-minute scramble.
There's so much evidence in the case against Najibullah Zazi that it requires its own secret, secure room.
As his client pleads not guilty, J. Michael Dowling does his thankless duty.
The Queens "doughnut man" may have been part of a ring.
The 'Times' tries to understand Najibullah Zazi.