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Washington (CNN) -- Haunting and candid videos emerged of Osama bin Laden on Saturday, never-seen-before footage that provides clues into the psyche and stature of the world's most wanted terrorist.
Intelligence officials on Saturday unveiled five different videos of bin Laden that were confiscated from the raid by U.S. forces at his Pakistan compound, which left he al Qaeda leader and four others dead. Officials says the new videos and other information collected from the site in Abbottabad are considered to be the most significant amount of intelligence ever collected from a senior terro
Originally posted by vkturbo
Video looks fake too set up he doesn't even turn to face the person who is shooting with the camera. Also no sound so why would you cut sound would that give away names used and show straight away that it isn't Osama.
Osama bin Laden shown in a video released by the Pentagon on Saturday.
Originally posted by BioStatistic
So tired of the lies...
Originally posted by Jeluzifus
I have a question maybe somebody can tell me i'm wrong...
But in previous videos BinLaden has been shown to not move his left arm at all .. This was reported by msm.
Why is he been shown clicking the remote with his right hand and stroking his beard with his left?
And like others have said... He doesnt face the camera .. he's mostly covred up.. etc etc
Just doesnt seem right to me...
He's also not moving his arms. I looked at this tape all the way through its entire length. He never moved his left arm at all. The reason that might be important is because people who have had a stroke -- and certainly people are at increased risk of stroke if they also have kidney failure -- he may have had a stroke and therefore is not moving his left side. And in the rest of the videotape, he does move his right side a little bit more than he does his left. So those are some of the things that are sort of "of note" here in this more recent videotape.