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Kim Schmitz - computer hacker turned Internet millionaire - is offering a reward of up to $10 million for information leading directly to the arrest of Usama bin Laden, the man many believe is behind the terror attacks in the US.

A statement on Schmitz's home page, kimble.org reads: "Kimble.org most wanted terrorist.

"Murder of US nationals outside the United States; conspiracy to murder US nationals outside the United States; attack against the World Trade Center & Pentagon.

"Usama bin Laden."

In 1998 the US State Department offered a reward of $5 million for bin Laden following the bombing of US embassies in Africa in which more than 200 people were killed. ®

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