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Car bomb suspect who slipped under radar is son of air force chief

'There were clues in Connecticut -- but only to the paranoid.' Car bomb suspect who slipped under radar is son of air force chief 06 May 2010 There were clues in Pakistan but only to the tight handful of [CIA] minders who knew what Faisal Shahzad was planning. What is beyond doubt is that he first came to the US in 1998 as 19-year-old student, the son of an air vice-marshal of the Pakistani Air Force, Baharul Haq, who remains well known as the founder of the Sherdils, the country’s leading military aerobatics team. He acquired two degrees, in computer science and business administration, from small private colleges in Washington and Bridgeport, Connecticut. His entitlement to citizenship came courtesy of his wife, Huma Mian, the daughter of a successful oil executive.