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Originally posted by xM0J0xJ0J0x
reply to post by GoodOlDave
Ya but is it really so hard to show the people just even a smidgen of proof? You can't simply rely on anyone's word on a topic like this, no one is that credible.
Originally posted by taccj9903
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by R_Clark
How about live tweeting as the raid was going down?
Under the cover of almost complete international secrecy, US Special Forces on Sunday stormed a mansion in Pakistan which housed the Al-Qaeda leader, and shot him dead in a firefight.
The news was broken to the World at about 1pm (AEST) by US President Barack Obama in a live televised address from the White House.
But Sohaib Athar, who describes himself as a thirty-something-year-old from Lahore, appears to have captured the seminal moment in history in a series of live tweets.
Mr Athar posted at about 6am (AEST): "Helicopter hovering above Abbottabad, at 1am (is a rare event)."
He goes on to lament the noise from the helicopter before writing: "A huge window shaking bang here in Abbottabad Caatt. I hope its [sic] not the start of something nasty :-S."
Only proves that person was witnessing that a helicopter was in the area and another one possibly crashed. How does this prove Bin Laden was involved?
Originally posted by GoodOlDave
Originally posted by doobiefillin
picture of bin laden dead
edit on 3-5-2011 by doobiefillin because: (no reason given)
I have night vision myself, and the light enhancement always blurs fine details such as hair. Look at the soldier's hair and you'll see it looks like a pixilated blur, but look at the supposed Osama and you'll see fine details of individual strands in his hair and of his beard.
I call real night vision photo of a soldier, but photoshopped photo of Bin Laden. Either that, or the Russian surplus night vision I have is a piece of crap. Either one is certainly a legitimate scenario.edit on 3-5-2011 by GoodOlDave because: (no reason given)
You are right, but then the individuals who are champions of the OS of 9/11 are also the same individuals who are quick to support the OS of Bin Laden's death without evidence.
Originally posted by SMR
Night vision photo is another fake. Not sure what movie it is from but here is a screencap.
Originally posted by sirjunlegun
Buried at sea????? Oh GAWD!!!!!!!!! Oh yeah I forgot it was his last will to be buried at sea. He was such an avid sailor. Hahahaha