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Osama Bin Laden arrested by FBI in Brooklyn?

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posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:22 AM
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Which means that they just took your word for it, and went to the guys house?

That deserves 2 eye rolls. Usually the feds ask for some evidence before following up on something.

But I had given them their best lead in an unrelated case. Because of this, the agent in my area seemed to believe I could be right in my first terrorist tip. She was all excited about it and pushed it through to New York. She told me that she hoped that it was true. When the first tip turned out positive results, they were more likely to listen to me when it came to UBL. Also, I did show them a link to what I believed to be a website he uses. Maybe they hacked in and were able to verify it.




posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:31 AM
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I have Osama Bin Laden on my Myspace list, along with George Bush and Carl Winslow (A fictional character). What makes you think that Osama Bin Laden would make an account on a site like Myspace, if he even has the means to do so in his current state?

The FBI would have to be pretty stupid to actually believe a fictional Myspace lead would take them to the world's most wanted man. I would have liked to see the look on their faces when they busted down the door and there was just a 15 year old white kid sitting there.

I'm a bit baffled as to why there is a link to this at the top of every page.

[edit on 3-1-2007 by Yarcofin]



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by Yarcofin
I have Osama Bin Laden on my Myspace list, along with George Bush and Carl Winslow. What makes you think that Osama Bin Laden would make an account on a site like Myspace...


Thank You. My sentiments, exactly.

Anyone can create a Myspace account, and use any name not already in use.




posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:48 AM
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What makes you think that Osama Bin Laden would make an account on a site like Myspace, if he even has the means to do so in his current state?



Why wouldn't he use Myspace? It's the perfect way to send annonymous emails and recruit young American Muslums. If he was in the US he would have easy access to Myspace. He, of course, can no longer access it since he was captured and most likely died in custody. If you will notice, his last login was 2 weeks before his capture on August 16th. --Leslie



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:48 AM
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Originally posted by Mechanic 32
Anyone can create a Myspace account, and use any name not already in use.


Last time I checked, Osama Bin Laden was included in the term anyone. If anyone can create an account, who is to say he has not?

Unlikely, Yes. I agree to that. I agree that the topic at hand is a tad far fetched.

But we can not deny the possibility with comments that only indicate it's validity.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 09:48 AM
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The only evidence that the page was BLS's was that his name was "The Director"

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The profile pic was a seahorse.

Lets all remember that. Let's also remember that the evidence she used to bust many of his followers was that "Hajji" appeared in their profile. Hijji literally means pilgrim, and millions, if not billions of people are referred to as Hajji.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:06 AM
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Leslie how did you crack the mydoom case? This is very interesting... please if you can let us know some more about that.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:10 AM
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Lets all remember that. Let's also remember that the evidence she used to bust many of his followers was that "Hajji" appeared in their profile. Hijji literally means pilgrim, and millions, if not billions of people are referred to as Hajji.


No, this is not true. Hajji didn't appear in any of their profiles. I found a Hussain7 Hajji email listing in Bahrain that I thought might belong to Osama. I thought Hussain7 sounded like a screenname. The method I used for finding other terrorists was a little different than the method I used for finding Osama.

[edit on 3-1-2007 by Leslie Powers]



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by kickoutthejams
Leslie how did you crack the mydoom case? This is very interesting... please if you can let us know some more about that.


That's a whole nother can of worms. I think I know who wrote the virus. It's a guy in the Ukraine. I found postings and email correspondences that seemed to establish motive. He and his friends were also talking about Novarg (another word for Mydoom) in Russian before it was ever released. I found pages and pages of correspondants that I thought were suspicious. I have a name and a pic and a possible location (city, country). However, I don't think they were able to locate him because I never heard anything back from the FBI on this case. He's a programmer and a political activist as well.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:24 AM
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Quote by Leslie Powers
Yes, well at first I was giving tips to FBI agents in my local area. After a while the FBI in my area told me to call New York directly since my tips were being redirected to New York anyhow. A third office I spoke to was one in a closer, smaller city where I went in in person and tried unsucessfully to collect the reward money. The reason I kept calling was because I was developing new hunches and they were welcoming my tips and thanking me for them. I could only conclude by their behavior that I was onto something.

You say you contacted the f.b.i. quite a few times with these hunches about obl. what hunches did you contact them about each, individual time?

Did you contact them one time and tell them about the seahorse?

Then the next time contact them about ali hussein?

Then lastly contact them about the address you paid for?

Please go into detail about this. As this may very well help in proving if your telling the truth or not


Welcome to the forums. My name is hammer



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:37 AM
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Quote by leslie
Hmm..My last email reguarding terrorists was August 15th. I sent another one on the 17th about an unrelated case. I think I tried to collect the reward around the 18th or 19th. I called several times around the 21st and was told I wasn't getting any money."

What did they say when you called to collect the reward money? And how many times exactly did you call them. And what was said during each one of these calls?

oh and by the way you said you went in person to try and collect the bounty. Why would you keep trying to collect the money when they made it very clear to you that you were not getting any money?



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:38 AM
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Oh geez...


Are all you people really giving so much attention to a person who is so obviously "full of it"? Come on...she singlehandedly tracked down Osama via Myspace?


I guess gullible really is no longer in the dictionary.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:41 AM
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Finally the secretary denied that they caught UBL and said I wasn't owed any money.

Why would she tell you they did not catch osama? and that you were not going to get any money? You think an fbi agent told her to tell you that?



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:42 AM
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You say you contacted the f.b.i. quite a few times with these hunches about obl. what hunches did you contact them about each, individual time?

Please go into detail about this. As this may very well help in proving if your telling the truth or not


Welcome to the forums. My name is hammer


Hi hammer. Thanks for the welcome.
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My first tip was for a prominant member of Al Qaida, not Ben Laden. It may be a coincidence, but 2 or 3 days later the British Airway plot was thwarted. I felt maybe they listened in on him and got some important information. My second tip was Ben Laden. I then started trying to track down other members of Al Qaida working off of the Rewards for Justice website. I turned in maybe 9 tips in all. I do not know if they were all good, but I'm pretty sure the first one was and I'm definately sure the Ben Ladin tip was good. Once I knew to look it Brooklyn the hunt became a lot easier.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:46 AM
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My honest opinion on this... If Osama was capturd, i seriously doubt it would have happened in Brooklyn.. but I do think he may have been killed a while ago.

But that´s just my op, and I have no facts to base it.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by number1hammer


What did they say when you called to collect the reward money? And how many times exactly did you call them. And what was said during each one of these calls?


When I called to collect the reward money they told me to come into the office to talk to them in person. I went to the closest office and spoke with the agent there. I explained what happened and possibly filled out some paper work. He said he would verify my claims and put in a request for the money. The request for the money was denied although I am almost certain he was able to verify my claims.

Most of the time when I called in a tip, I just told them who I was and that I was the one calling in the Brooklyn tips. They would put me through to the duty agent or terrorist task force. I would then tell them to check their emails because I was sending in another tip. I might even mention the name of the terrorist who's alias and address I thought I might have discovered. They were "briefed " on me and were expecting my calls during this period of time.




oh and by the way you said you went in person to try and collect the bounty. Why would you keep trying to collect the money when they made it very clear to you that you were not getting any money?


I stopped trying to collect the money after they made it clear I wasn't getting any. I decided to try to go public with the truth instead. This has proven to be very difficult, if not impossible.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:54 AM
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Leslie.

You say that you think the fbi regaurds you as a hero. But yet they dont give you any money at all for the capture of obl. and they actually refuse to even talk with the person who had the intel that led to the capture of obl. this makes no sense. I would imagine they would at least hook you up with a free car or something for your heroic work.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 10:56 AM
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Originally posted by number1hammer
Quote by leslie
Finally the secretary denied that they caught UBL and said I wasn't owed any money.

Why would she tell you they did not catch osama? and that you were not going to get any money? You think an fbi agent told her to tell you that?


She was annoyed with me because I kept calling. She was trying to get me to stop calling. I kept calling to purposely annoy her because I wasn't getting a response from the agent. He wasn't returning my calls. I needed an answer so I could know if I should go public with the truth. No, I don't think the agent told her to tell me that. I think he was planning on blowing me off by not returning my calls.



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 11:00 AM
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The only thing i can suggest to validate this very enormous claim is that you write out a 5-15 page report with a very descriptive, step by step accounting for this situation. And then post it. And then let people grill you on it. That is the only thing i can think to do

[edit on 3-1-2007 by number1hammer]



posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 11:01 AM
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Probably because this "agent" quickly realized that you are nuts.



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