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Revealed: What Kafeel did online
Vicky Nanjappa in Bangalore | July 17, 2007 16:59 IST
While he lived in Bangalore Kafeel spent 8 to 10 hours surfing the Internet, sources in the police department said, and that he would hardly sleep at night.
Family sources confirmed that he hardly slept at night and spent most of his time on his computer.
The police claim that most of Kafeel's surfing habits involved browsing Web sites pertaining to jihad and bomb technology. They also speculate that excessive browsing of these sites could have brought about a change in his thinking, ultimately pushing him down a perilous path in Glasgow, when he allegedly drove a burning SUV into the airport terminal there on June 30.
Bangalore Police Commissioner Achuth Rao told rediff.com that the city police awaits the analysis of Kafeel's hard disk which has now been sent to the Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad. He said irrespective of developments in Australia and Britain, where Kafeel's cousin Dr Haneef Mohammed and Kafeel's brother Dr Sabeel Ahmed are being prosecuted respectively, the Bangalore police will continue with its investigation into the case.
"We will continue to question friends and family members," Rao added.