Kenneth Haywood

  • Wifi networks remain to stay insecure in Mumbai September 29, 2008

    Mumbai: Convenience and ease have helped in introducing newer technologies in the country but if wifi networks are to stay so would their vulnerabilities. Three instances in Mumbai – the wifi network of Kenneth Haywood, an American national, was used to sent a mail post for Ahmedabad blasts; from...
  • I am not anxious now that I am here: Haywood October 4, 2009

    Mumbai: US national Kenneth Haywood, the man whose wi-fi connection was hacked to send the Ahmedabad terror email, is making news again, but this time for the right reasons. He has voluntarily returned to India after leaving the country a month ago despite a look out notice against him. Haywood...
  • Gujarat blasts: American returns for probe September 11, 2008

    New Delhi: American National Kenneth Haywood - whose wifi account was hacked into by terrorists to send a terror email minutes before the Ahmedabad blasts - has returned to India with his family. Haywood had managed to slip out from under the Indian authorities' noses despite a lookout notice issued...
  • Haywood exits India, leaves behind a mystery August 21, 2008

    New Delhi: US national Kenneth Haywood is back home in America. However, the fact that the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) was completely unaware of his departure raises serious questions. Three days before he left India, Kenneth Haywood told CNN-IBN in a series of email conversations that his intentions to move out...
  • No spy, Haywood had a 'missionary connection' August 21, 2008

    New Delhi: The American whose e-mail was allegedly hacked into by terrorists to send an e-mail just five minutes before the deadly Ahmedabad blasts was apparently innocent. Intelligence sources confirm that he was cleared of any wrongdoing during the investigation and permission to let him go came from the highest levels...
  • Haywood's flight: US may have pressured India August 20, 2008

    New Delhi: A goof-up by immigration authorities at Delhi's IGI airport helped US National Kenneth Haywood slip out of the country. Reports have suggested that an immigration officer posted at Delhi's international airport has been taken off the desk for further questioning. Haywood's IP address was hacked by terrorists to...
  • Haywood leaves India, leaves trail of mystery behind August 20, 2008

    New Delhi: The sudden departure of American citizen Kenneth Haywood, the man whose Internet connection was used to send terror e-mail minutes before Ahmedabad blasts, has added a fresh controversy. Haywood left India for the US from the Delhi airport on the night of August 17 despite a lookout notice...
  • Ahmd blasts: US national gives ATS the slip, flees August 19, 2008

    Mumbai: American national Kenneth Haywood, the man from whose IP address e-mails containing terror threats were sent just minutes before the serial blasts in Ahmedabad has managed to give the police the slip, and flee the country. Haywood was an employee of Campbell White though the email was traced to...
  • Security slip-up: American escapes Ahmd blasts probe August 19, 2008

    New Delhi: A US national, whose Internet address was used to send a terror e-mail minutes before the Ahmedabad blasts, on Monday escaped the country despite a national lookout notice against him. Kenneth Haywood, a former pastor in a small church in Arizona, US, left India via Delhi's Indira Gandhi National. Maharashtra's...
  • American ‘tired’ of police questioning in serial blasts August 16, 2008

    Mumbai: Kenneth Haywood, a former pastor from a small church in Arizona, US, probably never thought he would be caught in a terror web in India. In an e-mail interview to CNN-IBN, the Navi-Mumbai based American, from whose Internet address a terror e-mail had originated just before the Ahmedabad blasts, says...