MARTINEZ, Calif. - The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security told local officials to be on the lookout for suspicious packages or even spikes missing from train tracks.
Word of a possible attack was first gleaned from computers and documents found inside bin Laden's compound. And it was part of a Homeland Security intelligence warning recently sent to law enforcement around the country.
The plot to attack trains on the tenth anniversary of Sept. 11 may have been in the works for more than a year, but U.S. officials said there was no indication of an active plan in place. Continued
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