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The bigger the lie, the more likely (idiots) will believe it.Al-Qaida documents discovered by German cryptologists last year--which included planned future terror plots--were found inside a pornographic video carried by an alleged operative, CNN, citing Germany's Die Zeit newspaper, reported on Tuesday, the one-year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's killing.
The future plots--including a plan to seize a cruise ship, and another to carry out gun attacks similar to the Pakistani militant shootings that killed 164 in Mumbai in 2008--were found inside an adult film (called "Kick Ass") and in a file marked "Sexy Tanja" on memory cards hidden in a 22-year-old Austrian man's underwear last May. The man, Maqsood Lodin, was interrogated by police in Berlin after returning from Pakistan via Budapest, CNN said. His name was on a terror watch list when he was detained.