Former employer speaks out about terror suspect

NORWALK - The company that employed Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of trying to set off a bomb in Times Square, spoke with News 12 Connecticut today.

According to Affinion Group, Shahzad worked there from 2006 to 2009 as a junior financial analyst.

Affinion spokesman Mike Bush says Shahzad had an average job. According to Bush, Shahzad spent his work days crunching numbers in a cubicle and dealing with internal budgets and financial forecasts.

Bush says Shahzad left on good terms with the company last May.

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