greeney2 wrote:Shabir says he is his a neighbor of the man.
“It’s all a fake, nothing happened,” Abbottobad resient Mohammed, who has been selling newspapers in the two for the last 50 years, told the BBC.
Oh Please! Shabir the neighbor, and Mohammed the 50 year paperboy said its fake, and now its Gospel?????
I had a paper route 50 years ago in Jr. High, If that was still my only job, I wonder how much credibility I would have?
If Shabir the neighbor of the real dead man says he recognized the picture, why didn;t the BBC walk next door to the neighbors house and talk to his family?
Cole believes it, so it must be true--another one solved!
You pick up one as your debate base, he is only one of the people BBC interviewed. The most of them agree with him. If you read the whole report: "Out of the 50 Abbottobad residents interviewed by the BBC, only one believed that Osama bin Laden was in their town. Others claimed the pictures and video of bin Laden in his home are fakes made with a computer."
That was a field report. Do you have any one except your master's always changing story? Their own witness, Seals team, never came out for a word, and now were all silenced. (strange to say, Navy Seals died twice: once in that compound, and later one was reported yesterday)