TA-ANALYSIS: 'Osama's Capture Soon to be Announced'

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posted on Mar, 28 2004 @ 09:11 PM
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The Northeast Intelligence Network is reporting Osamas capture, or death may be announced very soon. According to their sources, "Watch for the capture or discovery to be made by Task Force 121, headed by Admiral Bill McRaven." Rumors have been circulating since the Middle of January, when a HVT (High Value Target) of al Qaeda was grabbed by special forces and removed from Iran.
 

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The sources would not identify the "target," but refused to deny that it was bin Laden. We were advised that other al Qaeda captures have been and would continue to take place, many from new information obtained from recently captured al Qaeda sources. Subsequently, a total of 5 independent sources were acquired who corroborated the information that Osama bin Laden was captured by US SOF on or about 20 January 2004 inside of the territory of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The US SOF forces operating in that Aera of Operations (AO) is known as Task Force 121, or TF-121. On December 13, 2003 this same US Special Operations Forces unit captured Saddam Hussein in Iraq.

That is when the silence on Osama began (referring to President Bush on NBC's 'Meet the Press') and continues to this day for the most part. However, that's not the end of the story for NEIN because on the 8th of March from our original source that had been telling us all along to stick to our guns on the OBL story we were also advised by this source that an announcement of Osama bin Laden's capture or suspected death will be made within the next 15-20 days. "It could be sooner or it could be later, but not much later," the source told Northeast Intelligence Network. "Watch for the capture or discovery to be made by Task Force 121, headed by Admiral Bill McRaven."


Tomorrow, is the 20th day, but not the end of the period describe by our source, there will remain so short period of time, but we do expect some announcement on
the death or capture of Osama bin Laden to be imminent once again.




Is this a case of "Here we go Again?", or The Real Deal? Yes, Rumors have been abound since Jan. 2004. With the election coming up, the Political War between George w. Bush and John Kerry, the 9-11 comission debacle; What better of a time than know to 'catch' him? This would draw alot of attention away from the personel attack on G.W., and possibly sway some 'unsure' voters.

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[Edited on 28-3-2004 by TrickmastertricK]

[Edited on 28-3-2004 by TrickmastertricK]




posted on Mar, 28 2004 @ 09:52 PM
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You do realize that in German, 'nein' means 'no'?



seekerof



posted on Mar, 28 2004 @ 09:54 PM
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Originally posted by Seekerof
You do realize that in German, 'nein' means 'no'?



seekerof


nein. I didn't



posted on Mar, 29 2004 @ 12:07 AM
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I'm new around here and a little curious.
I understand that Bush's strong points in the election revolve around the war on terror, and that Kerry's strong point in the election is the economy.

That being the case, if OBL is captured then it seems to me that the electorate will then breath a sigh of relief, and turn their eyes towards a sucking economy rather than a war on terror.

This would in turn not be a good thing for Bush - yes/no?



posted on Mar, 29 2004 @ 12:10 AM
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I'm yet to be convinved that Kerry's strong point is economy....

Its all hypothesis anyhow...OBL is caught when he gets caught.
IMHO....he's under a bunch of big fat rocks in Tora Bora.



seekerof





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