FBI Finds 2nd Man Wanted In Connection To Lower Manhattan Attack

FBI Finds 2nd Man Wanted In Connection To Lower Manhattan Attack

FBI Finds 2nd Man Wanted In Connection To Lower Manhattan Attack

According to the New York Daily News, authorities were looking for Mukhammadzoir Kadirov. The person was identified as Mukhammadzoir Kadirov, who is approximately 33 years old with black hair and brown eyes.

In a press conference, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said, "We are no longer seeking that individual".

The FBI released a poster with scant details as to why they were looking to speak with Kadirov.

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The attack left eight people dead and 11 others seriously injured. It's not clear if Kadirov knew about Saipov's plans, but they said there is nothing that indicates he may have been involved in the attack.

Both Saipov and Kadirov are from Uzbekistan, a country in Central Asia that formerly was part of the Soviet Union.

Prosecutors said Saipov was "consumed by hate and a twisted ideology" when he carried out the attack.

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Notes found in the rented truck used in the attack were written in Arabic and praised the terror group, Miller said. Saipov was shot in the abdomen by a police officer and treated for his injuries.

Saipov, who was shot and wounded by police, was taken to court the NY federal courthouse Wednesday in a wheelchair with his hands cuffed and feet shackled. The New York Times shared that federal prosecutors believe he began planning the attack about a year ago and did a test run last week.

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