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U.S. offers $10 million for capture of Mumbai attacks suspect – CNN

On April 3, 2012 CNN reported that the U.S. State Department is offering up to $10 million for "information leading to arrest and conviction of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed."  According to federal authorities, Saeed is accused of orchestrating a terrorist attack in Mumbai that killed 166 people in 2008. 

CNN reports that Saeed has addressed the allegations on Geo TV, stating "I am living my life in the open and the U.S. can contact me whenever they want."  According to the "wanted" notice, Saeed helped found Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, a radical Muslim organization that is suspected of having carried several attacks in India in recent years.

Since the State Department's rewards program was first established in 1984, the department has paid approximately $100 million for vital information about terrorists.

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