According to a document entitled, “Terrorism/Usama bin Ladin: Who’s Chasing Whom?” dated July 18, 2006, the Clinton administration was aware of a bin Laden suicide car bombing threat in London: “[redacted] . . . indicated bin Ladin planned to sponsor suicide car bombings against US interests in the UK, in part to punish London for ‘submitting’ to US pressure to bar his entry into the UK.” The information about the terrorist threats to London had previously been redacted. New information in the documents also suggests the leadership of Sudan, President Al Bashir and Hassan Turabi, had nefarious ties with bin Laden: “National Islamic Front (NIF) leader Turabi…agreed to the expulsing of terrorist financier Usama bin Ladin on the condition that in the future he be allowed to return…. Turabi and President Bashin hoped that when bin Ladin visited he would use false documentation and provincial airports…to avoid publicity.”The documents discuss bin Laden’s travels, his prolonged stay in Afghanistan, financial networks, anti-Western threats in press interviews, his ties to the Khobar Towers bombing and his “emboldened” threats against U.S. interests. The State Department documents were first produced to Judicial Watch in August, 2005, in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed with the State Department on December 11, 2001 concerning the government of Sudan’s reported offer to share intelligence files on bin Laden. The Clinton administration also rebuffed an offer by Sudanese officials to turn bin Laden over to the U.S.