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A Taliban detainee in Pakistan claims Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden was seen in Afghanistan in January or February of this year, the BBC reports.
His claims couldn’t be verified, but a former CIA analyst told the BBC they should be probed.
"If it's true—a big if—this is an extraordinary and important story," the analyst told the BBC. "The entire Western intelligence community, CIA and M16, have been looking for Osama Bin Laden for the last seven years and haven't come upon a source...
Originally posted by VictorVonDoom
It wouldn't really surprise me to hear that a "detainee" admitted to the Taliban's role in the Lincoln assasination.