Hospital Administrator Suspected Of Informing To Al-Qaida

BAGHDAD (AP) — An acting administrator of a Baghdad psychiatric hospital has been detained on suspicion of spying for al-Qaida in Iraq.

The U.S military thinks he may have helped in two February 1st pet market bombings that killed 99 people. Those attacks are believed to have been carried out by two mentally disabled women. Officials have said the women were strapped with remote-control explosives and apparently didn’t know they were being used.

A military spokesman says the administrator is being held in connection with the “possible exploitation” of the women.