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When bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami was arrested Monday, he was carrying a notebook containing a "rambling" missive that praised a slain Al-Qaeda leader and mentioned several deadly terror attacks, NBC News learned Tuesday.
It was "a hodgepodge, a rambling, disconnected, choppy series of references to past events," a law enforcement official said.
The note referenced the deadly Fort Hood shooting and the Boston Marathon bombings as well as slain Al Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, the official said.
The revelation about the note a day after the search for the 28-year-old suspect ended with a gun battle in Linden, New Jersey. The suspect and two police officers were wounded in the shoot-out.
In addition to the news of the note, here's what else we know so far:
Investigators zeroed in on Rahami after he was seen in surveillance footage taken Saturday night amid the mayhem in Chelsea.
The blast Rahami allegedly set off was so powerful that it sent a dumpster flying more than 150 feet down the sidewalk and shattered windows more than a block away. Police are not clear on why the second device found a few blocks away on 27th Street did not detonate.
Nor has the FBI revealed why the Chelsea neighborhood was targeted.
Sources told NBC News that a fingerprint linked Rahimi to one of the pressure cooker bomb — a potentially deadly device similar to the ones used by the Tsarnaev brothers during the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013.
Rahami was arrested by officials on Monday, hours after a backpack bomb he allegedly planted in near a train station in Elizabeth went off as a police robot examined it.
Mohammad Rahami, who operates a restaurant in Elizabeth called "First American Fried Chicken," has told reporters he had "no idea" what his son was allegedly planning