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The terrorist leader behind the underwear bomber is killed by a drone strike in Yemen

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Deputy leader of al Qaeda in Yemen, Said al-Shehri, a Saudi national identified as Guantanamo prisoner number 372, speaks in a video posted on Islamist websites, in this January 24, 2009 file frame grab. Yemeni armed forces have killed al-Shehri, a man seen as the second-in-command of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), a government website said on September 10, 2012.
Credit: Reuters/Handout/Files
Deputy leader of al Qaeda in Yemen, Said al-Shehri, a Saudi national identified as Guantanamo prisoner number 372, speaks in a video posted on Islamist websites, in this January 24, 2009 file frame grab. Yemeni armed forces have killed al-Shehri, a man seen as the second-in-command of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), a government website said on September 10, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Handout/Files

YEMEN (WKZ0) -- He was second in command of the most dangerous wing of al Qaida and directly involved in the underwear bombing over Detroit.

Now Said al-Shehri has been killed in a drone strike in Yemen.

Terrorism Expert Sajjan Gohel says al-Shehri spent 6-years in Guantanamo before he escaped from a Saudi reeducation program, and resurfaced in the leadership of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.(AQAP)Al-Qaida reported his death, saying he got lazy with his use of cell-phones and that made him an accessible target.

They have also claimed he was killed 4-times before, but now say he was just wounded in those attacks.

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