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Monday, May 02, 2011

Bin Laden killed

Bin Laden killed, in Pakistan, not Afghanistan or Iraq. I wonder if this could somehow be related to the upcoming Gates-Panetta-Petraeus shuffle, or if it was strictly a tactical discovery.


At Mon May 02, 06:39:00 AM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

Bin Laden buried at sea? You've got to be kidding me! Iraqis DEMANDED to see the bodies of the sons of Saddam Hussein, and we should expect no less.

At Mon May 02, 05:31:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

Ok, they will release photos, and I'm in no position to dispute their authenticity. Kenneth Lay is another story. Just kidding.

At Wed May 04, 05:46:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

The reason it's important to release the photos is to debunk the theory that Bin Laden conspired with the U.S. to demolish Towers 1, 2, and 7 as part of a false flag operation. With Obama's recent release of his birth certificate, trust in him is bolstered, and fewer people will dare challenge the government story. As always I will keep an open mind.

At Thu May 05, 10:36:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

It has been pointed out that in the age of Photoshop, anything can be doctored. It seems we are back to the 1800's, before photography was invented. It may become a question of who are trusted witnesses.

Maybe the wreckage and other physical evidence at the Pakistan compound, together with statements from the raid survivors and military personnel, will provide an explanation that is believable to most. The more witnesses, the harder it is to believe they all conspired.

I asked Farheen about Muslim burial practices. She said that burial within 24 hours is customary, and within 72 hours is required. Burial at sea is only acceptable if there is no other choice. She said the body could have been transported to Saudi Arabia in 3-4 hours, where the Bin Laden family members could make a positive identification.

It should also be possible to fly people from the U.S. to Saudi Arabia within 24 hours. Ideally, Alex Jones, Michael C. Ruppert, and Ralph Nader would have been present to observe DNA sample collection, take their own photos, and speak with family members, etc. ; )

At Fri May 06, 06:18:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

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