Dan Heidel met Qusair Mohamedbhai while waiting for the bus. Every weekday morning, Heidel would walk from his apartment to the stop at Ninth and Downing, then catch the #12 bus to the Brown Palace Hotel, where he worked as an assistant comptroller. It was his routine: He knew the people who rode his bus, knew the faces of those who hung out at Diedrich Coffee by the stop, knew the crowd that frequented the area. So when Mohamedbhai showed up at the stop in the summer of 2003, dressed in nice clothes and looking utterly confused, Heidel offered to... More >>>
Jim J. Narcy
Identity crisis: Qusair Mohamedbhai had a new job as
a lawyer, not a terrorist.