There's not one iota of proof that the U.S. Navy SEALs has killed the REAL CIA-made-world-terrorist, Osama bin Laden. There's plenty of proof that CIA's tactic is an attempt to fool the public with disinformation, inconsistencies, and confusion for its multiple ulterior motives.
The mainstream media lapped up the spoon-fed storyline by the
U.S. administration, heaping praises on President Obama and the CIA for a job
well done until their story starts to unravel under the scrutiny of the skeptic
First, the fake photo of the bloody Osama bin Laden appeared
in mainstream media and went viral over the Internet for a day or so.
To show how inconsistent the news stories on the "kill bin Laden" 40-minute
operation has been, three versions have appeared in different parts of the
world: AFP (Pakistan
Hits Back Over Bin Laden Furore), Xinhua (Pakistani
armed forces not involved in operation killing bin Laden), and The Tribune, Pakistan
Operation: What exactly happened in Abbottabad).
According to a Pakistani witness account on youtube
bin Laden killing witness account), firing of shots and several large
explosions occurred during the US Special Forces midnight raid.
On Sunday, President Obama along with top officials, including
Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, were in the
Situation Room watching real time-footage of two Navy SEAL teams storming the hideout of
the suspect, Osama bin Laden. If they
could watch the commandos entering the compound, then the whole operation, step
by step, including the shootings of Osama bin Laden and his companions, was captured
on cameras mounted on SEALs' helmets.
Today the White House changed its story as more discrepancies
started to surface.
The discrepancies in reports and witness accounts raise key
issues that the Obama administration needs to address:
whether the U.S. Blackhawk helicopter was shot down or
crashed due to mechanical failure
What could have caused the helicopter's sudden mechanical failure?
whether the CIA operation was an assassination mission
against the suspect, Osama bin Laden, who was unarmed
Why kill an unarmed man? Why shoot him more than once?
whether the commandos took prisoners back with them
Why killed ALL the men (four) and a woman when two elite SEAL teams consisting of 25 members could easily overpower them?
whether the "extrajudicial execution" of bin Laden committed by the U.S. in Pakistan has violated international human rights law
Why does the U.S. think it's above international law to conduct extrajudicial killings with impunity on foreign soil?
whether the CIA tried to conceal the true identity of the man that they claimed was
Osama bin Laden
Why shoot bin Laden in the face and rushed to bury him in
the sea (contrary to Muslim custom for a leader), unless the man they shot was
NOT Osama bin Laden.
When the world is calling Obama to show proof of the dead Osama bin Laden, an account
that counters the U.S. version of events has appeared: Bin Laden's daughter confirms her father shot dead by US Special Forces in Pakistan
Key points that contradict the U.S. version:
Pakistan version: Osama bin Laden's 12-year old daughter said
that her father who was staying on the ground floor was captured alive but shot
dead in front of family members.
U.S. version: Bin Laden was found with his wife on the
3rd floor of the building and was shot dead.
Pakistan version: Bin Laden was not armed and none of the
occupants fired at the U.S. helicopters or commandos. No arms or explosives
found on the compound.
version: There was hostile firing on the ground floor
and second floor of the building in the compound.
Pakistan version: Navy SEAL took TWO bodies with them
-- one was bin Laden's and the other his son's in a separate helicopter. They claimed
that 4 bullet-riddled bodies, including the slain woman, were recovered
from the compound.
version: They claimed that only five people were killed and "…the only person, dead or alive, taken away by U.S. raiders from the scene was the body of Osama bin Laden".
As a typical CIA maneuver, the planted article's main point, despite
the contradictions, is to establish the identity of the dead man whisked away by
the U.S. helicopter as Osama bin Laden. However, upon scrutiny, there
are a few questionable points about this story.
Why were there no names of any Pakistani security officials given
throughout the story? Usually in a high-profile case like this, the Head
of Security would usually be quoted.
Why didn't the U.S. take Osama's
wife for questioning in one of their Chinook helicopters that came to pick
up the computer equipment and documents AFTER the crash of the Blackhawk
What we have as proof so far is UNSEEN EVIDENCE. No photos of Osama bin Laden's wife
after the arrest.
Where's the proof ?
The U.S. officials claimed that they have ample proof that
the most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, was indeed the man shot dead by US
Special Forces in Abbottabad. Two of the ways for identifying the body were used
- DNA tests and facial recognition.
If the U.S. officials are so sure that they have the right
man - not one of his half-brothers or relatives - why don't they
release the video of the deceased body after it was cleaned up for the sea
burial? Why don't they release other data on bin Laden, like his fingerprints on the
confiscated computer equipment and documents? Or why don't they just release the images
captured on cameras during the U.S. raid that was viewed in the Situation Room?
Sure enough, today Obama announced that he can't deliver the proof as he promised. Why? Because Osama bin Laden has died many years ago. Nevertheless, the CIA will try to fabricate proof out of
The world is waiting with bated breath....
(First published on UniOrb.com, May 4, 2010)