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Saudi-born Bin Laden did not appear to be into rock music or fashion, and did not like the 1970s London scene, the El Correo newspaper reported. He used to tell the Spanish girls that the foreigners who walked around London were a bit crazy.
The photograph (above) was taken in an Oxford park, where the woman recalled going for a walk one evening after taking tea. Bin Laden (far right) appears with his older brothers and seems a gangly teenager, with a slightly awkward smile.
Originally posted by newcovenant
reply to post by TheMaverick
Odd bin Laden is still wandering free eleven years later. Either this unusually tall man is equipped with a cloaking device or we are not really trying to get him - because we know he is not responsible. That fits too. Or maybe he was guilty but now he's working for our side. You just never know where anyone stands with the CIA anymore. Our President their President, everyone's a target until proven guilty and then they go free.
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Originally posted by Becoming
Everyone, including this cia veteran is entitled to their opinion.
My father in law who is also a cia veteran of 20 plus years says that bin laden is absolutely capable of planning and executing the 9-11 attacks. He was suprised it took him this long to execute something of this size.
It depends on who or what story you want to believe. Like I said, everyone has an opinion and some will garner more attention then others.
after thirty years in the CIA's clandestine services Bearden rose through the ranks to become one of CIA's most senior officers.
For his work in Sudan Milt Bearden was awarded the Intelligence Medal of Merit, the Agency's second highest decoration.
In the spring of 1986, Bearden was selected by Bill Casey to take charge of the CIA Covert Action supporting a flagging Afghan Resistance.
For his service in Afghanistan Bearden was awarded the agency's highest decoration, the Distinguished Intelligence Medal.
For his service in Germany, Milt Bearden was honored by the German President with the Federal Cross of Merit, the only such decoration ever given to a CIA Chief in the Federal Republic.
From 1989-92, Bearden directed the CIA's clandestine operations against a decaying Soviet Empire. During this period Bearden was awarded the CIA's unique Donovan Award