I'm starting to think they took his ass alive.
Let's review the story:
-Obama gives the greenlight with an emphasis on "kill him".
-They rush in quickly for a snatch and grab, killing a handful of people (witnesses?)
-They get back to their chopper in record time and haul ass for the border. They didn't want to get caught with precious cargo. Especially by the
Pakis who were taking anti-terrorism money from us while housing the world's biggest terrorist a stone's throw away from a military camp.
-A quick burial at sea to get rid of the body, or the notion that they have one.
-And now there's a flood of b.s. photos of Bin Laden surfacing all over the web. Are they fishing around different fake attempts, and which ever one
has the least doubt will become the "leaked" photo of a deceased Osama? I'm starting to wonder.
-Let's not forget the PR campaign that began immediately; the White House photos look almost directed (Hillary cupping her mouth, Obama like a rock),
the whole quote "For God and Country. Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo." Might as well have been "One small step for man, One giant leap for mankind".
-And now the stories are changing with every hour.
So all of this raises the question: If they took him alive, why keep it a secret? Because keeping the world's leader of terrorism in a cell would
wreak havoc on the world via Al Qaeda backlash (More than what's expected from his death). They'd raise hell to get him free, wouldn't they?
Now, if this is true, and he is alive, why? What would be the point of holding him alive? Is he still working for the CIA?
His family has been taken into custody, one of his sons was also (allegedly) killed. Is any of this true? Did they have some sort of an arrangement
with the US government to disappear? To live the rest of his days on a beach somewhere, beard shaved, drinking fruity drinks? To be placed in a
bunker for some SHTF scenario when the time came, making this serve as both a diversion to said scenario, and a means to secretly move him and his
family to their destination? Or did Tim Osman retire, and this is apart of his bs retirement plan?
When there are more questions than answers, one can't help but wonder.
edit on 3-5-2011 by Mactire because: (no reason given)