Denver (AP) - A man identified by law enforcement as having a possible link to Al-Qaida has arrived at the FBI's Denver office for a second round of questioning.
Najibullah Zazi was accompanied by his attorney, Arthur Folsom, as they walked up to the building housing the FBI office Thursday.
Agents questioned Zazi for hours on Wednesday and searched his apartment and the home of his aunt and uncle, both in the east Denver suburb of Aurora.
Two law enforcement officials told the Associated Press on Tuesday that a joint FBI-New York Police Department Task Force put Zazi under surveillance because of suspected Al-Qaida links.
Folsom says Zazi has never met with Al-Qaida operatives and isn't involved in terrorism.
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