Originally posted by elevatedone
from : Ocelot
As for Osama he will never be caught. He is being protected by the CIA. He was and I still think he is a CIA Asset.
How did you come up with this one. Never heard this angle before ?
Here's an excellent place to start:
by Michel Chossudovsky
www.globalresearch.ca 16 November 2003 (revised 17 November 2003)
The URL of this article is: globalresearch.ca...
If the CBS report by Dan Rather is accurate and Osama had indeed been admitted to the Pakistani military hospital on September 10, 2001, courtesy of
America's ally, he was in all likelihood still in hospital in Rawalpindi on the 11th of September, when the attacks occurred. In all probability,
his whereabouts were known to US officials on the morning of September 12, when Secretary of State Colin Powell initiated negotiations with Pakistan,
with a view to arresting and extraditing bin Laden.
A recent Reuters report (11/13/03; scroll down) quoting Labeviere's book "Corridors of Terror" points to alleged "negotiations" between Osama bin
Laden and the CIA, which took place two months prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks at the American Hospital in Dubai, UAE, while bin Laden was
recovering from a kidney dialysis treatment
Enemy Number One in hospital recovering from dialysis treatment "negotiating with CIA"?
The meeting with the CIA head of station at the American Hospital in Dubai, UAE was confirmed by a report in the French daily newspaper Le Figaro,
published in October 2001. (See Alexandra Richard, at www.globalresearch.ca...
For a virtual tour of the hospital click www.ahdubai.com...
The "negotiations" between the CIA and Osama (a CIA "intelligence asset") is sheer disinformation. Even though the CIA has refuted the claim, the
report serves to highlight Osama as a bona fide "Enemy of America," rather than a creation of the CIA. In the words of former CIA agent Milt Bearden
in an interview with Dan Rather on September 12, 2001, “If they didn’t have an Osama bin Laden, they would invent one.”
Intelligence negotiations never take place on a hospital bed. The CIA knew Osama was at the American Hospital in Dubai. Rather than negotiate, they
could have arrested him. He was on the FBI most wanted list.
According to the Reuters report: "At the time, bin Laden had a multi-million dollar price on his head for his suspected role in the 1998 bombings of
two U.S. embassies in East Africa". So why did the hospital staff, who knew that Osama was at the American Hospital in Dubai, not claim the
The Figaro report points to complicity between the CIA and Osama rather than "negotiation". (see excerpt below). Consistent with several other
reports, it also points to the antagonism between the FBI and the CIA.
If the CIA had wanted to arrest Osama bin Laden prior to September 11, they could have done it then in Dubai. But they would not have had a the war
on terrorism pretext for waging a major military operation in the Middle East and Central Asia.