Al Qaeda is the chief suspect in the murder of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, standing to gain by preserving its remote stronghold, undermining President Pervez Musharraf and destabilizing the country, U.S. government and private analysts said.
In other news, the sky is blue, according to a reputable source from the Pentagon.
Al Qaeda's Taliban ally, which has publicly threatened Bhutto, was another potential suspect, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
This is all informative (eye roll). They should have given me this job. No really, I want the job of determining potential suspects for terrorism: [sitting around a cherry table, seated stage center at the table are 15-20 serious older looking guys.] Me: Ok, my guess on this one is... Al Qaeda! Everyone else: oooooooh.
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