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Postby greeney2 » Fri May 06, 2011 4:06 pm

Is the world supose to say Boo Hoo over the demise of Bin Laden now? The world has still captured and brought WW2 death camp Nazi's to justice 60 years after the war. They also lived in hiding, knowing there were wanted men. Whatever picture of Bin Laden Pakistan wants to paint, he lived as a hunted man for the last 20 years. He was driven to have to stay hidden and underground, a prisoner of his own doing. I'm glad he lived a dismal, pathetic life as a fugative never for a minute not having to look over his sholder. For the mind games he played, he made himself his own victim, isolating his existance, to where he was his own prisoner unable to go out a walk in even the most isolated and hostile places on earth. Who cares if he was old and dying, on medication, feeble, or reduced to a broken man? In his possesion were plans to attack trains in the USA possibly on the 10 year 911 anniversary. He was hardly repented, and still wanted to kill more totally innocent people.

Pakistan paints dismal image of bin Laden's end
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Slideshow:Osama Bin Laden's Compound Play Video Video:Raw Video: Protest against bin Laden killing AP Play Video Video:Pakistan denies Al-Qaeda collusion AFP By MUNIR AHMED and SEBASTIAN ABBOT, Associated Press Munir Ahmed And Sebastian Abbot, Associated Press – 30 mins ago
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan's military paints a far different picture than the United States of Osama bin Laden's final days: not the terror mastermind still trying to strike America, but an aging terrorist hiding in barren rooms, short of money and struggling to maintain his grip on al-Qaida.

Three of bin Laden's wives were living with him in the compound and are being interrogated by Pakistani authorities, who took them into custody after Monday's raid, along with 13 children, eight of them bin Laden's.

Their accounts could help shed light on the U.S. military operation that killed the al-Qaida leader and reveal how he was able to avoid capture for nearly 10 years.

One of the wives, identified as Yemeni-born Amal Ahmed Abdullfattah, told interrogators she had been staying in bin Laden's hideout since 2006 and never left the upper floors of the large but sparsely furnished building, said a Pakistani intelligence official, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with the agency's policy.

The official did not indicate whether bin Laden was with her the whole time, a period in which the Pakistani military says the al-Qaida chief's influence and financial status eroded.

Disputes over money between bin Laden and his No. 2, Ayman al-Zawahri, led the group to split into two factions five or six years ago, with the larger faction controlled by al-Zawahri, according to two senior Pakistani military officials. Bin Laden was "cash strapped" in his final days, they said.

The officers spoke to a small group of Pakistani reporters late Thursday, and their comments were confirmed for The Associated Press by another top military official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issues. The officer didn't provide details or say how his agency knew about bin Laden's financial situation or the split with his deputy.

The image coming out of Washington based on information seized from bin Laden's compound was far different. The confiscated materials revealed al-Qaida plans for derailing an American train on the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, U.S. counterterrorism officials say.

They believe the plot, which seemed to be formulated in February 2010, was only in the initial planning stages, and there was no recent intelligence about any active plan for such an attack. The FBI and Homeland Security issued an intelligence bulletin with details of the plan to law enforcement around the country. The bulletin, marked "for official use only," was obtained by the AP.

Already tense military and intelligence relations between the U.S. and Pakistan have been further strained by the raid that killed bin Laden.

Both countries have an interest in their version of bin Laden's hidden life.

A weak bin Laden would make Pakistan's failure to unearth his hiding place in Abbottabad, a military town just two-and-a-half hours' drive from the capital, seem less of a glaring embarrassment, while a menacing bin Laden would make the U.S. Navy SEAL raid that killed him a greater triumph.

The proximity of the al-Qaida chief's hideout to an elite military academy and the Pakistani capital has raised suspicions in Washington that bin Laden may have been protected by Pakistani security forces while on the run.

Pakistani officials have denied sheltering him and have criticized the U.S. operation as a violation of their country's sovereignty. Pakistan's army, a key U.S. ally in the Afghan war, threatened on Thursday to review cooperation with Washington if it stages any more attacks like the one that killed bin Laden. The army is considered the strongest institution in Pakistan, but its reputation has taken a beating in the wake of the raid.

Risking more tensions, a U.S. drone strike on Friday killed 15 people, including foreign militants, in North Waziristan, an al-Qaida and Taliban sanctuary close to Afghanistan, said Pakistani intelligence officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

Such attacks were routine last year, but their frequency has dropped this year amid opposition by the Pakistani security establishment and people on the street.

Hundreds of members of radical Islamic parties protested in several Pakistani cities Friday against the U.S. raid that killed bin Laden.

"America is celebrating Osama bin Laden's killing, but it will be a temporary celebration," said Abdullah Sittar Chishti, a member of the Jamiat Ulema Islam party who attended a rally in Khuchlak, a town in southwestern Baluchistan province.

"After the martyrdom of Osama, billions, trillions of Osamas will be born," Chishti said.

Some of the protesters expressed doubt that bin Laden was actually killed since the U.S. has refused to release pictures of his body.

Al-Qaida confirmed bin Laden's death in an Internet statement Friday and warned that it would seek revenge by attacking the United States. And the Afghan Taliban issued a statement saying the al-Qaida leader's death would boost morale among insurgents battling the U.S. and NATO in Afghanistan.

Bin Laden and his associates did not offer significant resistance when the American commandos entered the compound, in part because "stun bombs" thrown by the U.S. forces had disoriented them, two Pakistani officials said late Thursday, citing accounts by bin Laden's wives and children.

Pakistani authorities found an AK-47 and a pistol in the house, with evidence that one bullet had been fired from the rifle, said one of the officials.

"That was the level of resistance" they put up, he said.

His account is roughly consistent with the most recent one given by U.S. officials, who now say only one of the five people killed in the raid was armed and fired any shots, a striking departure from the intense and prolonged firefight described earlier by the White House and others in the administration.

U.S. officials say three men and a woman were killed alongside bin Laden, including one of his sons.

Bin Laden's wife, Abdullfattah, was shot in the leg and did not witness her husband being killed, a Pakistani military official said. One of the al-Qaida leader's daughters did see the Americans kill her father, he said.

CIA officers have not been given access to the women or children in custody, the official said.
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Postby DIss0n80r » Fri May 06, 2011 5:07 pm

Good riddance.
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Postby thunder » Sat May 14, 2011 5:18 pm

there is NO regret felt anywhere for that scumbag in this countyr.

bet he was suprised when there were NO virgens LMAO
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Postby katsung47 » Mon Jul 04, 2011 1:58 pm

The purpose to create "kill Bin Laden" show is to justify a false flag nuclear attack in US. Where did the Al Qaida get the nuclear bomb? Pakistan. You see, Pakistan not only hid the Al Qaida leader, but also supplied him the nuclear bomb. That's how the story was done.
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Postby katsung47 » Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:36 pm

5/10/11 Osama Bin Laden Videos Released By The Pentagon Are a Hoax, Man In TV Video Identified

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJduLyB_ ... r_embedded

That's Not Osama":Says Neighbor

A neighbor of dead terrorist leader Osama bin Laden says the man seen in new videos released by the US government is actually a friend of his and not the Al Queda founder.

“His name is Akhbar Khan (Han), He owns the house that was Osama’s house. I know him very well,” a Pakistani man named Shabir told the BBC.
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.
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.

http://www.therightperspective.org/2011 ... -neighbor/

BBC Reports Osama Raid A Fake ATLAHWorldwide
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYYKaOIh ... e=youtu.be
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Postby Cole_Trickle » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:40 am

katsung47 wrote:5/10/11 Osama Bin Laden Videos Released By The Pentagon Are a Hoax, Man In TV Video Identified

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJduLyB_ ... r_embedded

That's Not Osama":Says Neighbor

A neighbor of dead terrorist leader Osama bin Laden says the man seen in new videos released by the US government is actually a friend of his and not the Al Queda founder.

“His name is Akhbar Khan (Han), He owns the house that was Osama’s house. I know him very well,” a Pakistani man named Shabir told the BBC.
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.
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.

http://www.therightperspective.org/2011 ... -neighbor/

BBC Reports Osama Raid A Fake ATLAHWorldwide
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYYKaOIh ... e=youtu.be



Lots of people have been hinting at this for months now, ever since the dawg and pong show was rolled out to shelve the Bin Laden meme. It''s why the convenience of a burial at sea under the guise of respect for Muslim law-----was forced down your throat-------which at the end of the day is a classic joke............as they continue to bomb the piss out of certain areas of the planet.

Sad how blind some people really are..............yet in the land of the blind the one eyed man is King!

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Postby greeney2 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:42 am

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? :lol:

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! :lol:
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Postby DIss0n80r » Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:08 am

It's all part of the reptilian agenda. :silent:
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Postby Cole_Trickle » Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:49 pm

I don't believe anything-----------except for the fact that the US elected " NOT " to provide conclusive proof that OBL ever lived----------let alone died by Navy Seal...all you and everyone else has is their word..............would you stake your life on their word Greeney! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Another thing...........buy one of those Seal tee-shirts and do go to bar where their type sit and drink, wear the shirt...................see how long it takes before you get tossed out on your arse! :lol: :lol: :lol:

So gullible, so sad...........

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