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"If the financial institution had not included the phone number, we would not have made a connection, and no further review would have been done," Calvery added.
"Again, those are the words of the FBI," the senior Treasury Official told the audience referring to his source of information.
"Your financial institutions are eyes and ears in the fight against terrorists and other bad guys. We depend on you, and I'm committed to working with you to maximise our ability to be effective partners and colleagues," he said.
The Central Intelligence Agency, which carried the secret operation in association with the military against Osama bin Laden and took charge of the "treasure trove" of information recovered from there, was not immediately available for comment.
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