As its agents closed in last September on Najibullah Zazi, the Colorado airport worker who had driven bomb-making materials halfway across the country to blow up New York subway trains, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had its choice of venues for prosecuting the case.
The agency could have brought the case to Manhattan, a likely target of the attack, or Colorado, where Zazi lived and gathered the materials, or any of the federal districts in between.
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