Mukrim also mentions the fact that Hamza al-Qu'ayti managed to establish two camps in Hadramawt. I would be curious to see what other intelligence the Yemenis got out of the two they captured in Tarim back in 2008, and where those camps were located. Of course, in typical fashion, it seems as if Yemen is charging the 16 with nearly every attack they can think of, much in the style of throw everything against the wall and see what sticks. Not the strategy I would pursue, particularly if I was worried about what outside observers would think, but I understand why it is doing it that way.
There are a couple of small mistakes in the article, for instance al-Qu'ayti escaped in 2006 not in 2005, but at least Mukrim mentions the attack in Sayy'un, which was conspicuously absent from a Mareb Press report I read yesterday but now can't find on-line.
Husayn al-Jarabani of al-Sharq al-Awsat covers the same story with much the same discussion.