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Date of operation?

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posted on May, 3 2011 @ 03:50 PM
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Hey, watch the video (link below) and try to construct your own timeline.

"Last night (5/1/11), Americans learned that we carried out an operation"

"But just over one day before, no one was clapping" - does he mean, one day before 5/1/11 or before 5/2/11.
Because people were clapping on 5/2, therefore, a day before, would be 5/1/11 - That's when they killed him.
If he meant the day before announcement 5/1, then operation went down 4/30 US time, and 5/1 Pak. time.

"Last Thursday, 3 days before the raid" Obama was deliberating --> raid: 5/11
Friday morning, Obama gave command to go ahead --> 4/29
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So, what I am getting from this is this the Timeline, according to the video.

Thursday, 4/28 : Obama is deliberating about the operation
Friday, 4/29: Obama gives OK
Saturday, 4/30: Operation went down
Sunday, 5/1: Late night announcement, Osama is dead.


Can someone watch the video carefully again and give me your thoughts.




posted on May, 3 2011 @ 03:55 PM
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Everything i've seen says it happened Sunday.
Which is the first of may.
Plus the guy who was tweeting live about something going on in a compound (his neighbor) in Pakistan.


edit on 3-5-2011 by PoopDawg because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 07:21 PM
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Pakistan is GMT + 5 hrs aka 10 hrs ahead of Washington DC (Eastern Time zone)

One news report stated that a smaashed wall clock reading 2:20, which was 2:20 am, was in the debris left
after the raid.

This made it 2:20 AM May 2, which was 4:20 pm May 1 in eastern US

You can can play semantic games with difference in time zones - doesnt change outcome. Bin Laden still
DEAD!



posted on May, 6 2011 @ 04:05 PM
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Eh...initial news reports said the government waited a week before they went public and then only because the rumor mill was starting to rev up in the social media. Can anyone confirm this?




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