Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    After the FBI finished hauling away critical evidence at the apartment, including chemical fertilizer and fireworks, the landlord allowed photographer Robert Kalfus to go inside Shahzad's apartment.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad's wife and two daughters had remained behind in Pakistan, so the 30-year-old was apparently living the Spartan life of a bachelor. A well-tended plant stood in the kitchen of the second-floor apartment, and aluminum foil lined the stove.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad's refrigerator contained staples like pita bread, eggs, yogurt and milk. Neighbors said he came and went at night.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    One of Shahzad's indulgences was apparently Oreo cookies.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad slept on this air mattress on the floor of the bedroom.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    An English-language edition of the Koran was on display in a hanging shoe bag in the closet.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    The apartment of the alleged car bomber also held a DVD of the R-rated George Clooney movie "Up in the Air."
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad's weight bench, one of the few personal touches in the tidy, sparsely furnished apartment.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad had professional-quality paints arrayed on a table, a surprising touch for a man accused of trying to set off a fireball in Times Square.
    Robert Kalfus
  • Inside the house of Shahzad Faisal

    Shahzad's easel stood empty. FBI agents took away a painting of a mosque and a tree, according to an inventory of seized items that was left behind at the apartment.
    Robert Kalfus
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