Wednesday, 4 May 2011

The ever-changing story of CIA op on killing bin Laden

It's really not necessary to remind everyone that Osama bin Laden has been dead for years. The credibility of the Obama's version of bin Laden being alive in Pakistan for years is zero.

The fact that the White House's story on "kill bin Laden operation" is changing day by day reaffirms that the operation was just another CIA staged performance.

As a typical CIA operation, it's shrouded in secrecy and it lacks evidence of proof that the man they shot was the REAL Osama bin Laden. The widely circulated image of the "dead" Osama bin Laden by the mainstream media has already been proven to be a fake.

Here are some discrepancies in stories that have surfaced:

- Obama's aides have suggested that the Navy Seal's orders were to either capture bin Laden or kill him.

Early version: The U.S. government states bin Laden "resisted" before he was shot. Bin laden had a gun in his hand but did not fire.
Later version: Bin Laden was not armed when he was shot.

Early version: Bin Laden was shot in the head.
Later version: Bin Laden was shot at least once in the face.

Eary version: Counterterrorism advisor John Brennan said a woman was killed who may have been used as a human shield by bin Laden.
Later version: Bin Laden's wife who rushed U.S. commandos was shot in the leg but not killed.

Pakistan version: One prisoner was taken alive, possibly the son of bin Laden.
U.S. version: Only the body of Osama bin Laden was taken but his family members were taken away by Pakistani authorities.

Pakistan version: One of the Blackhawk Apache helicopters was shot down.
U.S. version: Seal team blew up its own helicopter due to mechanical failure. 2 more Chinook helicopters flew in.

Now Obama says that his administration has the following proof of the dead bin Laden in the operation:

1. dead photos of bin Laden to be released soon (his skull was blown out)
2. video of sea burial of bin Laden to be released
3. DNA samples

Let's see the proof!!!

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