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what happened to osama bin laden?

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posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 06:10 AM
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what has happened to osama bin laden?

lately there has been no news about osama, bush has stopped talking about him.....whats wrong?




posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 06:21 AM
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Originally posted by krunal8000
what has happened to osama bin laden?

lately there has been no news about osama, bush has stopped talking about him.....whats wrong?


US dont need him yet,
when they do, he'll appear back in the media again.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 06:55 AM
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Originally posted by infinite

Originally posted by krunal8000
what has happened to osama bin laden?

lately there has been no news about osama, bush has stopped talking about him.....whats wrong?


US dont need him yet,
when they do, he'll appear back in the media again.


yep, don't need him yet, when we need him, he will come out, it is part of our master plan muhaha
haha
haha



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 07:15 AM
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He was captured around the time of the u.s elections, it was all over the news..

oh wait...

Tbh i havent even though about it myself, as of late, Perhaps thats part of the plan, to slowly phase him out..

[edit on 14-4-2005 by C0le]

[edit on 14-4-2005 by C0le]



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by krunal8000
what has happened to osama bin laden?


What ever happened to Who?!

He's one of Michael Jackson's body guards - right?

(This post is 100% pure sarcasm for those who need it spelled out)



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 08:58 AM
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He's living comfortably in Pakistan, safe among people who think he's a hero.

He knows the US will never catch him because the people who run the US now don't want to catch him, he is far too useful to them alive and on the loose. As long as Bin Laden is around, people will continue to surrender their rights in the name of security, and support the huge defense budgets that keep the current regime's sponsors rich and happy.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 11:07 AM
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Usama is at Bush's ranch in Texas. He was just moved there from the Lincoln Bedroom at the Whitehouse just after Sharon left. They thought he could plan out the next attacks better from the ranch.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 11:55 AM
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The whereabouts of OBL are known to only a handfull of people. I think if Bush had any idea, he would have produced him by now. Or, it could be he is living in the mountanious area between Pakistan and Afaganistan which is widely known to be a haven for OBL and his sidekicks. If Musarraf had knowledge of his whereabouts, it would be hard to tell if he would give him up. Can you imagine OBL in custody? By anyone? He is a public relations panacea for all who are on the "Terror Train" and his capture would surley take the "umpphh" out of the game for all involved.
It could also be he is partying his a$$ of with some of them hot Afgan women.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 11:57 AM
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Originally posted by FLYIN HIGH
If Musarraf had knowledge of his whereabouts, it would be hard to tell if he would give him up.


No it's no hard. He wouldn't. This is a great barganing chip for Musharraf to get all kinds of stuff from the US on the pretense of hunting Osama down.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 02:31 PM
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Haha, Usama is way smarter than Saddam, who got caught easily.

A bit off topic but what happened to Saddam? Not much news about him... is he still on trial?



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 04:06 PM
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I think the US is taking it easy in their pursuit of bin Laden, and not for the previous reasons given, such as continuation of the war on terror and the removal of Americans' civil liberties. I think the real reason is that he is more dangerous to us as a prisoner and especially as a martyr. Given the fact that it'd be next to impossible to capture the guy alive, which he has already said he will die rather than be captured, I don't think we're willing to take the risk of what will come next.

Rather then have hundreds, if not thousands, of crazy radical terrorists blowing themselves up everywhere trying to avenge bin Laden's capture or killing, we are just keeping him isolated. We know that in the position which we have him in at the moment, he has virtually lost all the legitimate command and control that he had pre-9/11. Communications to and from bin Laden are so slow that he cannot control day to day operations or order quick responses to any developments.

I just think our government feels its better to keep him on the run and out of power, rather than make him a martyr for millions of angry Muslims.

Just a thought.



posted on Apr, 14 2005 @ 08:20 PM
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Outstanding thought, I think you might be dead on. I know a lot of people want to have him captured, but he is truly more dangerous dead than alive.

There is an interesting article here about Bin Laden's bodyguard. It says OBL gave him a gun with two bullets that he kept at all times. He was to kill OBL if we ever got to him. Here's a bit of the article:




Islam, according to Al Bahri, could not suffer the moral and psychological defeat of a captured bin Laden doing the perp walk of fame. Al-Bahri stated: "...if he [bin Laden] refused to be captured alive, he would become a martyr, not a captive, and his blood would become a beacon that arouses the zeal and determination of his followers. I remember that he used to say: 'Martyrdom rather than captivity.' This was his frank view."



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 07:44 PM
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In November of 2004, I spent a day with Eric L. Haney. Eric was one of the founding members of Delta Force and reached the rank of Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army. He is author of the book "Inside Delta Force."

Eric told myself, a group of special forces soldiers, SWAT guys, and a radio audience in Birmingham, AL that Bin Laden was killed on December 15, 2001 on Mt. Togar in the Tora Bora Mtns. in Afghanistan.

I gathered that Mr. Haney wasn't happy about the perpetuation of this bogeyman, but indicated that the motive was to give the soldiers a bogeyman to fight against.

A few months later, retired General Tommy Franks was on the Hannity Show. Hannity asked him if he thought that Bin Laden was alive and if so, did he think Bin Laden would be captured. Franks answered yes, and yes.

I contacted Mr. Haney and asked him why Franks answered this way, since I knew that if Haney knew Bin Laden was dead, Franks certainly knew this information.

Mr. Haney had this explanation for me.

Money and power.

carloponti



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 08:07 PM
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He will be back, He is the CIA top actor. Just watch next time bush drops the ball, The agency will release a new tape. After all do you really belive the greatest country on earth cannot catch a man who lives in caves



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 08:25 PM
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If Sergeant Haney is so certain that Bin Laden is dead then it would be his duty to his country
and to his fellow soldiers to expose the truth and provide any proof during the looming
impeachment investigations.

Hell I figured he was kickin back somewhere in sunny Florida sippin Margaritas



[edit on 10-7-2005 by FallenFromTheTree]



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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George W Bush commissioned his posse to get OBL "dead or alive".

The world waits, while Dubya says he doesn't give Osama that much thought any more these days.

For those suffering Osama the bogeyman withdrawal symptoms, this ought to provide relief. And you are guaranteed to do better than the Bush administration...

www.newgrounds.com...



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
George W Bush commissioned his posse to get OBL "dead or alive".

The world waits, while Dubya says he doesn't give Osama that much thought any more these days.

For those suffering Osama the bogeyman withdrawal symptoms, this ought to provide relief. And you are guaranteed to do better than the Bush administration...

www.newgrounds.com...



(Click PLAY THIS GAME button near top right).



posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 09:32 PM
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1. He's in Pakistan...the last report with the heli that crashed trying to same some good men....read in the news poss. they got a little to close to finding him. (that's the latest I know).

2. He's in Iran serving time for what he did.....I personaly think he surrended to Iran....that way he does not need to hide (knowing the Iran gov. would never hand him over to the US). Thus he would face trial and serve the time in Iran (my guess 10 year sentence) that way he's safe for 10 years...and bet he would get his own cell....c/w a video camera. (otherwise the US would'a got him by now...just like Sadam (and Sadam had way'more power and money to protect his ass).

But that's my 2 poss. w'r OsamaBeHiding


y'r Canadian friend,
Sven



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 07:20 PM
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Mr. Haney has told and has tried to tell his story. Apparently no one in power wants to do away with such and important bogey man as UBL, just as they would not want to do away with the ficticious AL Qaeda. They're to important.

AL Qaeda, if anything, is just another way of saying, "Muslims that are mad at the west." I'm having a very hard time seeing people renewing their memberships with this group, sending in dues, learning secret handshakes, etc.

carloponti



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 07:36 PM
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Osama, poor Osama...running from cave to cave...How do you suppose he is? He is paying dearly for his crimes. Bad Karma, bad bad Karma he has...I can only hope WingsRUs doesnt deliver where he is.. and the only beer he can get is nearbeer. That'll show that skinny turkey to fool with us...
And i hope his checks from you know who
arent arriving on time- It must be very hard to find cave # 100436789..Yes, Karma is a beech.



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